Vacant Sections (Land) Aitutaki Island  COOK ISLANDS

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Enua Ootu66 Aitutaki

  • Ootu Section 66 Vaitupa Aitutaki


Land and house set on 2037 sq meter section.

Te Pakera Sect 26 AMURI

Lease till 2062

Enua Tepaki Aitutaki

Pautere Pt Sect 196 Taravao

section size = 2,641 sq m

Lease till 2065


Te Atu Motu Section 150

Section - 615 sq m

Lease til 2065


Kaionu Pt Sect 208 Arutanga

Section - 1785 sq m

Lease till 2051

Enua Tutaetupa Aitutaki :   A huge section of land over 3 acres (12,244 sq meters) taking in the best views on the island of Aitutaki. This section is mostly flat with a gentle sloping area in the front , Substantial and uninterrupted views can be obtained from  the whole section.  Power available to this area.

Massive tourism potential from this site – unparalleled ocean and lagoon views Located close to the look-out area on Aitutaki


Torea Pt Section 94 Avanui Aitutaki (2107 sq m )

NZD $30,000.00

 section size =  2,107 sq 

lease till 2065


Te Turuma Pt Sect 8 Amuri

  • Size = 1349 sq m 
  • NZD $50,000.00
  • Lease till 2068


Punanganui Sect 17 +18 Amuri -Aitutaki

  • Size = 1,787 sq m )
  • Price NZD $85,000.00
  • Lease till 2066

Enua Teiti Vaipae Aitutaki

  • Tuaau (Vaipae) Sect 33B Aitutaki  
  • Section size = 4,057 sq m 
  • Lease till 2066

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This tiny group of islands that sits within one of the world’s largest lagoons is regarded by many as one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Aitutaki has a population of approximately 2300. It has 15 small islets and a main volcanic island with a height of 119 metres.

The lagoon at Aitutaki is shallow (11 meters maximum depth) and almost completely enclosed by a substantial barrier reef. 

The Aitutaki Lagoon is pure.pristine and magical - the crystal clear waters are warm and inviting, abundant colourful fish, magnificent coral formations and so much more.

This small island, with an equally small permanent population, boasts some very big and very beautiful churches, many of which the square footage of would not look astray in one of the larger metropolitan parishes in any city of the world today. Visitors are always welcome at Sunday services.

There is a long history behind Aitutaki and relics of it can still be found everywhere, with solid stone buildings dotted throughout the island. The island was settled many centuries ago by the explorer Ru, who brought his brothers and their wives and 10 maidens and began the initial development of the island.

Often used as a stopover, Aitutaki was always on the route of the great flying boats, the Sunderlands. The-then airway TEAL, the forerunner of Air New Zealand, used Aikimi, one of Aitutaki’s bigger offshore islands as a rest point on what was known as the Coral Route during the mid to later part of the 20th century.

Though there's plenty to see and to do, the real recreation on Aitutaki is pure relaxation.