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Aitutaki, Akitua Island intro. The Aitutaki Islands are the perfect tropical paradise, forming part of the Cook Archipelago set to the north of Rarotonga. The main island of Aitutaki has just one tiny village, with tourism as its economic mainstay. A barrier reef foundation surrounds the island and breaks up to the eastern side, forming a string of tiny islets including Akitua, home to luxury five-star Akitua Island hotels and resorts set on an unbelievably beautiful azure lagoon. Access to the island is by kayak or by swimming through the indigo-blue sea to the perfect beach, where upscale bungalows, a restaurant and bar await those lucky enough to be staying here. The island is miniscule, and there's nothing to do here except laze, swim, take a boat trip, fish, dive, snorkel, relax, eat, drink and watch the glorious sunset. If it all gets too much, a quick trip to Aitutaki for a spot of sailing or is just the thing!