Kiteboarding massive shallow sand bottom areas, perfect to learn to kiteboard, mixed with super flat water to push your new kiteboarding freestyle tricks. The magnificent blue lagoon is over 11km wide, full of small sand islands and amazing fish life for you to explore.
Join Marc Jacobs, Greta Menardo, Felix Pivec and the Switch Kiteboarding crew enjoying their annual trip to Aitutaki.
Wet and Wild – Aitutaki Kiteboarding and Fishing Charters
Ranginui’s Sunset Retreats – Accommodation
Manureva Aquafest – Kiteboarding Competition
A little paradise means Aitutaki, home to approximately 1800 people and the world’s most beautiful lagoon. It’s only 220 kilometres or a 50-minute flight from Rarotonga. Secluded and romantic, 15 motus (islets) are sprinkled across this huge turquoise, sunlit lagoon.
After Rarotonga, Aitutaki is our second most visited island in the Cook Islands. Secluded and romantic, it holds a compelling allure for honeymooners, many of whom choose this haven for the duration of their stay. You can look forward to languid, leisurely days simply reveling in each other’s company and the jaw-dropping surroundings. Work on your suntan lazing under a coconut palm, relax with a massage or explore the island by cycle or motor-scooter.