Unlike French Polynesia, where children are welcome at virtually all of the resorts and charged reduced rates at most, many "boutique" accommodations in the Cook Islands have a "no children" policy that's designed to enhance their appeal to "romantic couples" and honeymooners. The age limit varies and is noted in the listings whenever possible. If in doubt, ask.
In contrast, the largest properties give discounts to families and have special programs for kids. If you suspect that the sight and sound of children might blemish your holiday, choose an adults-only property.
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