Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa is located directly on the lagoon, and boasts the most luxurious over-water bungalows in the Cook Islands. The perfect honeymoon destination or location for a destination wedding.
“Hands down, Aitutaki is the most beautiful place I have ever seen in my life” so said M.J. Day, Senior Editor of U.S. Sports Illustrated during the magazine’s 50th Anniversary Swimsuit Edition shoot. This 5-star, adults-only boutique bungalow resort is also the Cook Islands’ only private island resort, and offers the only over-water bungalows.
For the best of both, combine a stay at sublime Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa with some time in Rarotonga, at the adults-only 4.5-star sister resort, Sanctuary Rarotonga – on the beach. Perfect for your heavenly honeymoon or dream wedding. Fly direct – Sydney to Rarotonga.
If you have a dream to really, truly, deeply experience the very essence of the South Pacific, then it is here - in the very heart of the South Seas - that your dream will be most truly realised.
Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa is not just located in the heart of the South Pacific, it truly captures its exotic, unique, unpretentious heart.
Here you can experience the sweeping romance of your own private island, afloat, almost adrift, in the South Seas.
The incredible charm of your own thatched bungalow perched atop the champagne sands. Swaying in a hammock under the cool green of a nodding palm tree, the blue, serene expanse of legendary Aitutaki Lagoon revealed before you.
And by night, you can thrill to the pounding rhythm of the Aitutaki drums as the grass-skirted dancers shimmy and shake on the sands traced by a moonlit sea.
Everyone should journey to the very heart of the South Seas, at least once in their lives. Unfortunately, not everyone will have the opportunity to live - at least for a while - right here at the edge of the world's most beautiful lagoon, at the ONLY resort set directly on the expanse of Aitutaki Lagoon.
We would encourage you to seize the moment. For life is not measured by the breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away.