Aitutaki is one of the Cook Islands, which are in the South Pacific. It consists of a main island, a turquoise lagoon and a surrounding barrier reef. The lagoon’s waters teem with marine life, including rays, bonefish and turtles. Near the main town of Arutanga, trails lead to the top of Maunga Pu hill. Boats run to small uninhabited islands called motu, including tiny Tapuaetai, known for its white sand beaches.
Aitutaki is classed as one of your iconic Pacific Islands with warm seas, palm drenched beaches and the finest white sand.
Images are from my time spent at the Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort. Great way to unwind for a week with no cell signal or internet and the only tech you have is a DSLR………..