One Foot Island, Aitutaki

#1 of 20 in Parks in Cook Islands
Must see · Island · Nature / Park
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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  • Aitutaki lagoon and One Foot Island are truly a magical place on earth. We loved every moment of this day and would love to go back!  more »
  • This is a must to see and experience the beauty of this place. Very tranquil and breathtaking. Very clean and a lot of pride on display.  more »
  • I am so happy that I made it to One Foot Island and got not one but TWO One Foot Island Stamps! It truly is paradise here and I feel so blessed to have had the opportunity to see this place with my.....  more »
  • Simply beautiful. Remember to bring your passport to get stamped! It’s a super cute stamp that shapes like a foot!
  • A lovely lunch and amazing fun feeding fish
  • One Foot Island is the most beautiful island I've ever seen. If you're visiting the Cook Islands it's an absolute must-do! White sand beaches and crystal clear water is perfect for snorkeling. The Vaka Cruise took us there and also got us a stamp in the passport what is probably unique.
  • Do you remember the wallpapers from the 80th of the most beautifully beach you ever. It must be a picture taken from One foot island!
  • Tourism locally has disturbed the eco system around One foot island, there has been many spots inward of the island where rubbish has been burned or litter thrown in the bushes. Not the best location to visit while in Aitutaki but if you have the chance, it is a MUST! Also, please be considerate by keeping your litter with you to avoid damaging the environment.

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