Suwarrow, Cook Islands

This place is something right out of a travel magazine listing articles the most dazzling and remote islands in the world. Well, actually it’s an atoll but WOW OH WOW is this some place special! Suwarrow is the northern most island in the Cooks. It was deemed a National Park in 1978 and has no permanent residents. The only inhabitants of the island are the two rangers who stay there from May to November. You can only get here by boat so it’s very secluded and is one of our favorite places in the entire South Pacific!

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