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One Foot Island, Aitutaki

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Famous for its azure lagoon, One Foot Island is considered one of the most visually appealing islands in the country. The island rewards visitors with sweeping views and easy access to a lagoon known for its rich marine life. While most people just visit for a few hours for the world-class snorkeling, stay overnight by calling ahead of time and reserving the only cabin on the beach. Some palm trees provide shade, but take your own water and food. Also take your passport and get a unique stamp from the post office. Take the guesswork out of planning a Aitutaki vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • This is a Beautiful island and you must bring your shoes if you plan on walking around the island as there is a lot of sharp coral around.The water is Crystal clear and you can snorkel in the area... 
    This is a Beautiful island and you must bring your shoes if you plan on walking around the island as there is a lot of sharp coral around.The water is Crystal clear and you can snorkel in the area...  more »
  • "Stunning Island" Excellent cruise we did with Bishops boat cruises. Experienced snorkeling/swimming and had a very tasty lunch put on for us and learnt the story behind why it was called One foot.....  more
    "Stunning Island" Excellent cruise we did with Bishops boat cruises. Experienced snorkeling/swimming and had a very tasty lunch put on for us and learnt the story behind why it was called One foot.....  more »
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  • One of the most beautiful places I've ever been too 🏝. Highly recommended doing a day trip here from Rarotonga. Don't forget to stamp your passport at One Foot Island.
  • It doesn't get very much better than that. A place of breathtaking beauty. If you haven't been there yet: consider going there. Of course, the Cook Islands and Aitutaki are rather remotely located, and to get to One-Foot-Island (locally known as Tapuae Tai) you need to embark on one of those tour boats, but really, in my view it's worth it.

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