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Cruises visiting Aitutaki & all Aitutaki cruises for  2020-2021-2022

View Aitutaki 2020-2021-2022 cruises for 2 ships listing 11 cruises from Aitutaki with today's best deals!

Aitutaki - aka Araura, Ararau, Utataki - is one of the Cook Islands, 250 km north of the main island, Rarotonga. Bounded by a triangular barrier reef, Aitutaki boasts one of the most famous lagoons in the world and which is home to a large number of fish, hence making it a favourite spot for snorkelling and scuba diving. The lagoon is four times the area of the main island, and inside the lagoon are fifteen islets each its own paradise. The permanent population is about 2200. Visitors can also arrive by land and sea planes.

On the western side of the atoll is the main village of Arutanga that faces a boat passage through the barrier reef. Small vessels can enter and anchor close to shore. Aitutaki is the second most visited island in the Cook Islands, and one arrives on the weekend they’re sure to visit the Punanga Nui market. However, due to its rather difficult-to-reach location, the island is not flooded with tourists, and there is ample opportunity to relax on one of the uninhabited minor islands that lie inside the lagoon, under the shade of swaying palm trees. Look out for old church structures, and also the banyan trees.

Two day trips for snorkelling take you to Honeymoon Islet and One Foot Island. One Foot Island was awarded "Australasia's Leading Beach" at the World Travel Awards held in Sydney in 2008. Another popular trip is to take a glass-bottom boat tour that allows for going outside the reef to find turtles and hopefully whales, and then back inside the reef for snorkelling, diving, and a delightful meal. Interestingly, Captain Bligh and the HMS Bounty visited the island in 1789. Recently a number of reality TV shows used the island location.

Cruises visiting Aitutaki in 2021

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

4

OCT

Silver Explorer cruises

12

NIGHTS

Silver Explorer cruises

$14,200

$1,183

Cruises visiting Aitutaki in 2022

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

116

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$22,299

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

116

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$22,299

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

116

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$22,299

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

116

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$22,299

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

122

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$23,449

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

124

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$23,849

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

125

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$24,049

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

126

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$24,249

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

127

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$24,399

$192

3

MAR

MSC Poesia cruises

128

NIGHTS

MSC Poesia cruises

$24,599

$192

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