Tamanu Beach Resort


Aitutaki is just a 50 minute flight from Rarotonga. Tamanu Beach Resort is located on the western coast of Aitutaki, offering relaxed luxury, and stunning sunset views.

Aitutaki, Cook Islands 01 November 2021 - 31 December 2022 7 nights from $1999 pp share twin

About Tamanu Beach Resort Aitutaki
Offering relaxed luxury, Tamanu Beach Resort provides tastefully furnished bungalows nestled amongst lush tropical gardens. There are 2 fresh water swimming pools, and spa and massage services available.  The private, white sand beach borders Aitutaki’s crystal clear lagoon, providing endless opportunities for island activities.

Each Thursday enjoy a Takurua – a performance of Cook Islands song, dance, fire dancing and more from Tamanu Beach Resorts talented cultural group.

* 7 nights in a Garden Bungalow
* Return airport coach transfers in Aitutaki
* Return Air Rarotonga economy class airfares from Rarotonga to Aitutaki including prepayable airfare taxes, surcharges and levies

Your Bonus
* A la carte American breakfast daily
* Complimentary 1GB of WiFi date on arrival
* $100 food and beverage credit per room
* 1 x Giant Clam tour off Honeymoon Island for 2 adults

Travel dates
01 November 2021 - 31 December 2022

Book by
30 November 2022

7 nights from $1999 pp share twin Garden Bungalow

International Flights additional

Terms & Conditions
Prices shown unless otherwise stated are in NZ$, and are subject to currency fluctuations and are for payment by cash, Eftpos, direct deposit or cleared cheque only.  Credit Card payments are also accepted but will incur a small surcharge, please enquire.  Capacity restrictions may apply. Special conditions apply for Bonus Inclusions, please discuss with your Ocean Escapes consultant.  International airfares are not included. Must book by 22 November 2022,  with deposit due immediately upon booking confirmation.  Prices correct as at 04 October 2021 and are subject to change or withdrawal without notice. Other conditions may apply. OP.

Important Covid-19 information
The Cook Islands have launched “Cook Safe”, a QR code tracing system.  All visitors are encouraged to register on the their international flights with documentation handed out by cabin crew.  You will tear off your unique QR code card and hand in your bio data information to Health officials on arrival.  The can can then be photographed on your phone, or carry this with you to tag in at outlets around the islands. There are outlets in Rarotonga and Aitutaki if you lose your card.