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The Cook Islands are self Governing; in free association with New Zealand.
Cook Islands Travel and Tourist Information with
links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for
visitors to the Cook Islands.
and Hostels in Cook Islands, Cook Islands
Information, Cook Islands Travel Guides,
Northern Cook Islands, Southern Cook Islands.
Consisting of 15 islands in the South Pacific, the administrative
centre is the port of Avarua, on Rarotonga.
The population of an average provincial town peoples an area the
size of a sub-continent.
Although these friendly Polynesians share the same language, their
islands are very different.
Even with 50,000 foreigners a year visiting the capital island,
Rarotonga, the Cook Islands have not been prostituted to tourism.
Urban dwellers may well be in for a shock here. The pace is slow, and
you can forget about hailing a cab.
Oh to have lived on the islands in innocence, before the arrival of the Europeans. Did the
Maori migrations to New Zealand start from Rarotonga?
Weather in The Pacific:
Local weather forecasts for destinations around the Pacific region.
The Southern Group of the Cook Islands are mostly mountainous and
volcanic in origin.
These are: Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Atiu, Mangaia, Mauke, Mitiaro, Manuae,
Cook Islands Geographically:
Find out where they are in the world, and where the outlying islands are in relation to
How to Get There:
Flying in is the choice of many, although a sea voyage is the stuff of legends.
The capital island is the one most visitors arrive at.
Sea Change Rarotonga:
Luxury Cook Island beach bungalow accommodation, with self-contained villas perfect for
resort style vacations or honeymoons.
The Northern Group are more low-lying coral islands
and include: Pukapuka, Tongareva (also called Penrhyn), Manihiki, Palmerston, Rakahanga,
Suwarrow, and Nassau.
Hotels online to save yourself time and money.
Accommodation in Rarotonga
Compare hotel prices for hotels in Rarotonga.
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