Header

Aitutaki - Atiu Combo- combine the Beach with Caves, Birds and Coffee

Air Rarotonga operates flights between the islands of Aitutaki and Atiu up to three times per week making it very convenient to visit both Aitutaki and Atiu.

On a clear day you will be treated to spectacular views of the uninhabited islands of Manuae and Takutea. Don't miss this opportunity to visit both Aitutaki and Atiu without having to backtrack via Rarotonga.

Both Aitutaki and Atiu offer a wide range of accommodation and activities ranging from lagoon cruises, rainforest walks, caving, kayaking and bird watching.



How to book

To book any of these flight combinations, please book each leg of your itinerary separately.
This will alsogive you the flexibility you may need in making amendments to your journey once you commenced travel.

You can use the following table as a guide for building your own trip and click on the BOOK NOW buttons to make a reservation for each leg of your trip.

travel clockwise
(Rarotonga-Aitutaki-Atiu-Rarotonga)



Rarotonga to Aitutaki (daily) Book Flight from Rarotonga to Aitutaki now!
Aitutaki to Atiu (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) Book Flight from Aitutaki to Atiu now!
Atiu to Rarotonga (4 flights per week) Book Flight from Atiu to Rarotonga now!
   


Sketchbook Expeditions - Rarotonga/Atiu/Aitutaki Package

Another exciting possibility to experience Rarotonga, Atiu and Aitutaki is with the Sketchbook Expeditions organised by internationally renowned local Artist Judith Kunzlé. More information can be found by clicking here.



Aitutaki from the Air
Approaching Aitutaki
Manuae from the Air
flying over Manuae
Takutea from the Air
flying over Takutea
Atiu's five villages in the center of the island
Atiu
Red Lorikeet native to Atiu
Rimatara Lorikeet (Atiu)
Fresh Atiu Coffee in the Roaster
Atiu Coffee roasting
Blue Lorikeet (Vini Peruviana) native to Aitutaki
Blue Lorikeet (Aitutaki)

© Copyright 2013    Air Rarotonga Ltd.     All Rights Reserved