The Cook Islands is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is simple. Make sure you give yourself enough time to explore the numerous things to see and do this region has to share. Atiu, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the east, and Mauke, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northwest of Mitiaro are also worth visiting should you have the time.
The Cook Islands is graced with some wonderful churches and other sites of spiritual importance, great places to catch a glimpse of the region's gentler side.
Touring to unknown regions sometimes encourages the daredevil in people. If you're up for a challenge, have a go at parasailing. If you are looking for a break from sightseeing, why not take advantage of the local watersports? Scuba diving and swimming are both popular here.
The culinary arts are an integral part of any place and a wonderful way to understand a place. People in this area often use pork and coconut in their meals. Two regional favorites not to miss are matu rori (sea cucumber) are eke (octupus). Fresh fruit, a good way to wrap up your meal. Cooks Lager is a popular beer here. So find a bar, kick back and enjoy it! At the end of your meal, relax with a refreshing local coffee.
Your time in Mitiaro will reward you with captivating photos and wondrous memories that will last forever.