Forever begins today get married and say “I do” at the Majestic Cook Islands
If you are looking for the best place to celebrate your dream wedding, you have come to the right place. The Cook Islands is a famous place in the Pacific region for its romance and majestic island adventure. As you set foot in this tropical island paradise, you will learn that Cook Island is such a great spot to hold wedding ceremony where you can have endless options for your most important day of your life.
The Cook Islands are just apt for its unique popular country description as an island paradise. While you are on the way of spending great time in the Cook Islands, you can either choose to stay in Rarotonga or in Aitutaki. Rarotonga is the main island that offers over 52 restaurant and cafes, fascinating nightlife, endless adventures and many resort choices to suit your style, taste, and budget. Take an adventure into the crystal clear waters of the ocean or into the pristine waters of the blue lagoon. The Aitutaki Island is an inviting place to hold wedding ceremonies, parties, honeymoons, and even those seeking a private and romantic escapade.
Whatever style you want for your party celebrations, whether it is wedding vows, anniversary party, or just a honeymoon for two intimates, the Cook Islands has everything to suit your needs.
Planning to tie the knot on a gorgeous white sandy beach? At Cook Islands you can make your wedding dream come true in a tiny islet in a white sandy beach, in a turquoise lagoon with fragrant tropical surroundings or in a historic whitewashed church. The occasion will have a touch of Cook Islands tradition with flower garlands or a serenade with a ukulele. It’s an exciting exchanging of vows under a floral wedding arch or standing barefoot on the beach.
Another wedding ceremony option in the Cook Islands is to celebrate it on a secret islet, or motu. Imagine being rowed by your loved one to your motu ceremony in a traditional wooden canoe. Honeymoon Island in the Aitutaki Lagoon is a favourite location for motu wedding, as is Koromiri Motu within Muri Lagoon.