5 Of The Rainiest Places In The World That You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

Aitutaki, Cook Islands

Belonging to the Cook Islands, Aitutaki is the most visited, boasting barrier reef, perfect blue seas, authentic villages, a central blue lagoon and a popular one foot long island known as Tapuaetai, of which is said to provide the most beautiful views of the island. With the maximum rainfall in 24 hours recorded at 22.5 inches, it is safe to say that Aitutaki can be prone to a spot of very wet weather.

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