What Makes Manihiki in the Cook Islands, the Jewel of the Pacific?
Not forgetting its smaller neighbor Rakahanga
finding Your Pearl Destiny
everything you need to know about the Sparkling Jewel Manihiki, Cook islands
Manihiki in Cook Island has a long history of black pearl farming. Although the industry has shrunk significantly over the past two decades, it still produces over 20,000 black pearls per annum.
Manihiki is another of the Cook Islands atolls with a spectacular blue lagoon. The lagoon is dotted with pearl farms, that are built on coral islets, and surrounded by many Motus, resembling a string of pearls.
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Our Manihiki & Rakahanga infographic contains essential information for you to plan your visit.
We have prepared detailed infographics for each one of the Cook Islands islands. Visit the pages of the islands for their respective infographics.
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Basic Info and Stats About Manihiki in the Cook Islands
Manihiki Offers Visitors the Basic Essentials to enjoy an Island Adventure
Unforgettable Experiences You Should Have When in Manihiki
This is why Rakahanga Is the Sealife Paradise
Rakahanga is a remote paradise island close to Manihiki in the Cook Islands. Rakahanga is an atoll with a pristine lagoon, lush green Motus, densely populated with coconut palm trees, and laid back inhabitants.
If you love turtles, mesmerized by coconut crabs, and abundant sea life, then Rakahanga is the place for you. With just a handful of inhabitants, the sense of community will permeate every aspect of island adventure.
The Cook Islands Travel Guide is jam packed with details of Manihiki and Rakahanga. Contact information. Detailed maps with geocodes and much more.
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