One Foot Island, Aitutaki

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Island
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. Use our Aitutaki vacation builder to visit One Foot Island on your trip to Aitutaki, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I took a cruise out to One Foot Island and instantly fell in love. The first thing you see is a little white beach/landing, which you can walk across to from the main island, where weddings take place...  more »
  • This excurtion is absolutely has a Autaki! Lews last 200 meters are has do walk in the lagoon available blue and white sand...
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  • also this gem may get acquainted with a boat trip with 2 snorkel stops and great lunch
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  • Had a lovely time with our boat tour here: swam with giant trevally, had a fresh fish BBQ lunch & buffet on the beach and still had plenty of time to walk 'round the circumference of the island (and find the resident cat).
  • Arrived here with two feet, left with one. Rabid fish attacked my feet when I was strolling through the water on the shoreline.