One Foot Island, Aitutaki

(4.9/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
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 am short of words to describe the beauty of this place. It is just breathtaking and unreal. Best part was the water level would just reach the knees and you could literally walk from one island to a...  more »
  • One PCF the must spots of the lagoon. Offers some beautiful beaches especially if you cross the island. Drawback : a stop for all the cruises at the same time of the day 
  • We got married at this wonderful place. For me it's the most beautiful place on Earth. Cool to snorkel and see the giant clams and Giant trevally. The water is so clear that even from the kayak can see the underwater life. One of the paradises on Earth! Take the opportunity to stamp the passports, but a unique stamp with One Foot Iceland.
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