This Is Why
Is the Truest Paradise
Island by Far
Island by Far
Not to forget about its awesome neighbor island Nassau
everything you need to know about the Breathtakingly stunning Pukapuka in the Cook islands
Pukapuka has one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world. When one thinks paradise, the island ticks every box.
Being so remote, it offers a genuine escape from everything first world. Situated far northwest, it is closer to other island states’ capitals than to its own, Rarotonga.
The island’s culture is influenced by its neighbors Samoa & Kiribati, and Tokelau. This includes the Pukapukan language spoken, which differs markedly from Cook Islands Maori.
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Basic Info and Stats About Pukapuka in the Cook Islands
Pukapuka Offers Visitors the Basic Essentials to enjoy an Island Adventure
Things You Would Love In Pukapuka in the Cook Islands
Pukapuka's neighboring island, Nassau, Is the Deserted Garden of Eden
Nassau is a little garden of Eden with its lush vegetation and fertile soil. It is covered with Taro swamps and coconut trees. It is no wonder it is home to the world champion in coconut tree climbing George Iona.
The island has virtually no reef or lagoon, which means all fishing is done in the open water of the Pacific Ocean.
We have tons more info in our Cook Island Travel Guide
The Cook Islands Travel Guide is jam-packed with details of these two islands Contact information. Detailed maps with geocodes and much more.