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Come stay a while and share with us our rich tapestry of traditions, customs and culture that are the Cook Islands way of life. Indulge in the pleasure of Pacific food – listen to the strums of the ukulele, the beat of the drums or swing with the sway of dancing hips. Discover the great outdoors and fish, snorkel, dive, paddle and swim in a brilliant blue sea. Climb the magnificent peaks lush with native vegetations and alive with song birds. Or simply stroll through the pearly sands and stop awhile to look at the twinkling sunbeams on a white crested reef. Immerse and explore.

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Aitutaki Divers

For undoubtedly the best diving on Aitutaki, you must dive with Neil and his team of dedicated divers. Neil is a PADI & NAUI Scuba Instructor with close to 8,000 logged dives.

He is a recipient of the prestigious S.S.I Platinum pro 5000 award for his contribution to diving over the past 30 years.

Neil first dived in Aitutaki in 1983 while working on the full feature film “The Silent One”. Nobody knows Aitutaki dive sights better. From drop offs and walls to ledges and caves. The dive sights that suit all levels from beginner to experienced alike. You’ll dive in warm clear water and view a myriad of marine life that you never knew existed.

All diving is outside the reef from a dive boat designed and built by divers for diving. Our dive boat is an aluminium Tri-Hull, 6 metres long and very stable at anchor.

And for oldies like me with weak knees and creaky joints, there is an excellent boarding ladder to make getting back onto the boat as easy as getting in to the water!

And lastly, Aitutaki is home. We have lived and dived here since 1983, that’s your guarantee of superb dives! It’s coming up 30 years now so I guess we must be doing something right!

Phone: +682 31703 / 56103