Destinations

Entire adds Cook Islands as its newest destination

Entire Travel Group has added the Cook Islands to its array of travel destinations.

To celebrate, the company is offering savings of up to $1,000 on eight independent holiday packages featuring resorts on Rarotonga and Aitutaki.

The holiday packages – on sale until 31 August, for travel up to 31 March 2023 – offer customers the option of a shorter holiday in Rarotonga or Aitutaki, or a longer break that combines the two destinations (and maximises savings).

All of the holiday packages combine accommodation with transfers and domestic flights, while also incorporating a variety of inclusions and ‘Entire Bonus’ experiences. Examples include:

  • Moana Sands Lagoon Resort and Tamanu Beach Combo – 10 nights from AUD4,392 pp twin share (save $1,000 per couple). The package includes five nights at the four-star Moana Sands Lagoon Resort, five nights at four-star Tamanu Beach, a cruise to remote islets, and an Aitutaki Punarei Cultural Tour.
  • Pacific Resort Rarotonga and Pacific Resort Aitutaki Combo – eight nights priced from AUD5,542 pp twin share (save $1,000 per couple). Five nights at the four-star Pacific Resort Rarotonga and three nights at the five-star Pacific Resort Aitutaki, staying in a Beachfront Bungalow with a private deck. Also includes a lagoon snorkelling cruise, six NZ$60 dining vouchers and a choice of tours.
  • Little Polynesian Resort and Pacific Resort Aitutaki Combo – 10 nights from AUD7,548 pp twin share (save $1,000 per couple). Combines five nights at the award-winning Pacific Resort Aitutaki, and five nights at the boutique Little Polynesian Resort. Includes a six-hour snorkelling cruise on The Vaka to three remote islets, a romantic dinner on the beach, plus NZ$250 worth of F&B credits at both resorts, and two ‘Freedom of Choice’ activities.

Sales & marketing director Greg McCallum said the Cook Islands’ surprisingly diverse landscapes – which range from rugged mountains to crystal clear lagoons and secluded beaches – mean the destination can cater to a broad range of travellers.

“It’s ideal for those who want a romantic escape,” McCallum said, “but it’s also a great destination for families and active travellers who want to mix relaxation with soft adventure.”

All packages are available to quote and book 24/7 through Entire Travel Group’s website.



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