“Unknown Cook Islands” Article in Globetrotter Magazine

Unknown Cook Islands Article

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When talking about little-known and untouched island paradises, the Cook Islands should of course not be missing. We have written an article about the “Unknown Cook Islands” from our trips to all the country’s inhabited islands. The famous Globetrotter Magazine (Europe, here Switzerland) has now published it.

The travel report is in German, as German-speaking travellers represent the largest share of the European travel market – especially when it comes to adventurous, unusual travel destinations. Clearly, the unknown Cook Islands should be on their bucket list.

However, pictures often tell more than a thousand words, and the article has a lot of beautiful images. And for all non-German speaking readers: Google translate also delivers great results here ;-).

Having lived in the Cook Islands for four years and had the fortune of visiting all the inhabited islands of the Cook Islands, we know first-hand that it is a spectacular place. In fact, we felt so deeply that it was a fantastic destination that we compiled not only this article but also the most comprehensive Cook Islands Travel Guide ever.

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