Cook Islands

On the other side of the spectrum from a place like American Samoa, you have the Cook Islands, a place that most would consider a tropical paradise. Although the 15 islands that make of this chain have close ties to the country of New Zealand, they have their own distinct Polynesian culture. So, for those that visit, be ready for a warm welcome from some friendly locals. If you’re lucky, you may even witness a traditional Haka.

As soon as you step foot on the island, you’re immediately aware of why this is a castaway’s dream. Turquoise waters, coconut palms, and coffee plants are in every direction. Yo can even see Rarotonga in the distance, the largest volcano in the country.

Some of the most frequented activities besides being a beach bum are kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, and hiking. Take a cultural tour in the Village of Te Vara Nui, or go wadding in the turquoise waters of Aitutaki Lagoon. There are no bad options.

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