Cheap Flights to Cook Islands
Kia Orana – "Hello and may you live a long and healthy life". The traditional greeting of the Cook Islands welcomes you to a place where life leans on the slower pace, locals greet you warmly, there’s an abundance of fresh food and you’re surrounded by a tropical paradise! If it sounds like somewhere you would rather be, let Student Flights help you find a cheap flight to the Cook Islands – no longer just a place for honeymooners.
Flights from Australia to Cook Islands will disembark at Rarotonga International Airport (RAR), located a short distance west of the city centre of Rarotonga, the capital. Public buses, coach transfers and taxis are at your disposal, as are cars and scooters to rent if this better suits you. Speak to your Student Flights consultant for advice on private transfers and travelling around the Cook Islands.
Cook Islands flights
Flights from Australia to Cook Islands depart from most capital cities and will require a stopover along the way. A flight from Sydney to Cook Islands will take about 10 hours including a stopover in Auckland, New Zealand. During the flight, airlines will provide drinks and meals as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Cook Islands
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Cook Islands:
Cook Islands Holiday Packages
Sure we’ve got the romantic getaway side of things sorted, but at Student Flights we don’t just cater for honeymooners and couple escapes when planning holiday packages to the Cook Islands. That’s right, we’re here to find the right package for you whether it’s relaxation and pampering, extreme adventure or somewhere in between! We can find you all-inclusive holidays to the Cook Islands that include flights, food, accommodation, tours and transfer packages. Or ask about specific tours including snorkelling and diving, kayaking, fishing and more.
About Cook Islands
The Cook Islands is a small cluster of 15 islands surrounded by the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean somewhere in between Hawaii and New Zealand. The most popular resorts are in the capital, Rarotonga, and Avarua, which is also a popular dining out and market destination (hello fresh seafood!). On the west coast, Tamanu Beach Resort on Aitutaki Island is the perfect spot to sink into a hammock and soak up the sunset views. The oldest Pacific island, at around 18 million years old, is Mangaia located in the south, and features tall cliffs formed from volcanic activity and comes complete with fossils and a handmade staircase to legendary views. Read more about the Cook Islands in our destination guide to the South Pacific.