Atiu is the actual island Captain Cook found when he discovered the Cook Islands. It is inhabited by less that 500 people.
As with the other Cook Islands I have filmed, Atiu has a coastline unique to itself. The coral reef shelf surrounding the island is closer to the shore than Rarotonga and Aitutaki and varies from beautiful beaches to coral cliffs. The island is also known for its Anatakitaki Kopeka Bird Caves and locally grown coffee.
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