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Maori is a popular style of dance in the Cook Islands, and occurs quite frequently at luau-style parties.  
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Pigs, like these on Aitutaki, are an important staple among the cuisine of Cook Islanders.  
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A lagoon cruise around Aitutaki offers stops at idyllic desert-island beaches like Honeymoon and One Foot islands.  
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Snorkeling Aitutaki's lagoon offers a glimpse of giant clams the size of a businessman’s briefcase.  
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Get your passport stamped at the "world's smallest post office" on famed One Foot Island.  
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Fishtailing through a river crossing in Rarotonga's interior jungle.  
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A bicycle is the preferred way of exploring tiny Aitutaki.  
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Take a dip in the mountain pool at the southern end of the Cross-Island hiking trail.  
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On Rarotonga, lake-calm Muri Lagoon is the perfect spot to swim and sunbathe.  
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The Pacific Resort Aitutaki is ideally situated, offering some of the best sunset views on the island.  
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