Atiu holidays

The third largest island in the archipelago, Atiu has deep underground caves, coastal forests, swamps and lakes, and as a result the island’s wildlife is rich with endemic species – its name means ‘land of the birds’. Beaches are scattered around the coast and are therefore secluded, allowing you to discover your own beach sanctuary. With no nightclubs, virtually no township, about 400 people and a couple of cafes and precious little traffic – this is a true island escape

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