I'd be so grateful if anyone could help. I am planning a late minute trip to the Cook Islands sometime between July and September, I am 21 and will be travelling alone. I have read that the 50th anniversary celebrations will be held this year between July and August . If I do not have set dates, is it worth trying to arrange flights during this time? Are tickets available? And would you recommend the opening events or Constitutional Day or both?
The major question I wanted to ask is whether lagoon cruises in Aitutaki will still run during this period? Is it a bit like a public holiday when businesses close down or do things operate at usual? I was really hoping to see the lagoon and so this may prove a decider!
Thanks so much for your time in advance