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Cook Islands Travel and Tourism

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Cook Islands are a self-governing parliamentary democracy in free association with New Zealand. The fifteen small islands in this South Pacific Ocean country have a total land area of 240 square kilometres , but the Cook Islands Exclusive Economic Zone covers 1.8 million square kilometres of ocean. The main population centres are on the island of Rarotonga , where there is an international airport. There is also a much larger population of Cook Islanders in New Zealand, particularly the North Island in the 2006 census, 58,008 self-identified as being of ethnic Cook Island Māori descent. With over 90,000 visitors travelling to the islands in 2006, tourism is the country's number one industry, and the leading element of the economy, far ahead of offshore banking, pearls, marine and fruit exports. Defence is the responsibility of New Zealand, in consultation with the Cook Islands and at its request. In recent times, the Cook Islands have adopted an increasingly independent foreign policy.

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Peace Gardens in Rarotonga of Cook Islands - Rarotonga
Peace Gardens in Rarotonga of Cook Islands Peace Gardens, Rarotonga is one of the finest spot for locals and tourists to escape the din of the island and feel the calmness and tranquility surrounding it. The garden is beautifully nestled on the Makea Tinirau Road and adjacent to the Cook Islands Library and Museum. If you are looking for a unique spot where you can simply sit back and relax amidst the beautiful surroundings then Peace Gardens, Rarotonga is the place worth visiting. With its peaks, deep valleys, and aquamarine lagoon, Rarotonga is a paradise and a jewel of the Pacific. From sparkling blue lagoons to the breathtaking views and the charming people, it is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the Pacific. Discover the amazing sceneri...

Wildlife in Cook Islands - Rarotonga
Wildlife in Cook Islands Wildlife in Cook Islands includes a variety of flora and fauna. Lying north east of New Zealand, the island has birds and flowers engulfing the entire island. There are forests that house various species of birds. The government is careful in preserving the rare species of Wildlife in Cook Islands. There are conservatories and also reserved sections where these animals can move about without any fear. Killing of certain birds is a punishable offence in Cook Islands. Wildlife in Cook Islands includes six rare species of birds. Kakerori is one of the most rare bird species that are usually found in the forest deeps of Rarotonga Island. It is also found in the low forest areas of Atiu. If you go to Rarotonga, there a...

Things to do in Cook Islands - Avarua
Things to do in Cook Islands Things to do in Cook Islands include plenty of adventure tours and activities that keep you engaged. A large island so to say, Cook Island is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. It comprises of 15 islands in all and thy all cluster in the center of the Pacific Ocean. Things to do in Cook Islands include adventurous tours and also plenty of interesting activities for the pleasure of the tourists. The place has a population of 14, 000 though the islands are often considered to be larger in size than India. Rarotonga is the capital of the group of islands and is one of the most interesting and important places that you must visit while on a tour to Cook Islands. The best thing about the Cook Islands is its many beaches....

Beaches in Cook Islands - Rarotonga
Beaches in Cook Islands Beaches in Cook Islands are the best attractions that the tourists can get at to see on their trip to Cook Islands. The Cook Islands in surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on all sides. There are 15 islands that make the Cook Islands. They are spread all across the 15 islands. You would find few of the finest beaches in Cook Islands in Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Mangaia, Manuae, Palmerston Atoll, Manihiki Atoll and Rakahanga Atoll. Rarotonga has few of the finest coral beaches in the island. it is the capital of the islands and has a volcanic background. The jagged peaks and the turquoise lagoons together justify the name 'jewel in the Pacific' as it has been called for long. The Muri Braches and the Nagatangiaa are the most...

Scuba Diving in Cook Islands - Aitutaki
Scuba Diving in Cook Islands Scuba-diving in Cook Islands has attained extreme popularity with the tourists visiting this spectacular archipelago named Cook Islands. When it comes to Scuba-diving in Cook Islands the picturesque island of Rarotonga is highly preferred by the scuba divers. The beautiful island of Aitutaki is also a favorite haunt for the scuba divers. Scuba-diving in Cook Islands also offers an amazing opportunity of viewing a comprehensive species of marine lives. The most popular marine lives of Rarotonga include Baracudas, manta rays, sharks and tropical fishes. Excellent drop offs at Aitutaki and Rarotonga make them ideal havens for those who love to enjoy the sport of scuba diving. The visibility at Rarotonga and Aitutaki ...