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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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Anatakitaki Cave in Atiu of Cook Islands One of the Best Option - Atiu
Anatakitaki Cave in Atiu of Cook Islands One of the Best Option Anatakitaki Cave in Atiu is one of the best options for a guided tour. You can look forward to have lots of action and thrill as you go for the challenging thirty-minute walk through the verdant green of Atiu's Makatea or the fossilized raised coral reef.If you have an interest in myths, legends and fairy tales, then you will find here plenty of reasons which are sure to intrigue you. Listen to your guide as he narrates to you the fascinating legend of Inutoto and Tangaroa which was spun around the caves during the ancient times. Also, you will know a lot about the plant and animal life in the rain forest surroundings, their habitats, properties and more. Visit the three cave chambers at Anatakitaki Cave in Atiu. ...

Wigmore's Waterfall in Rarotonga of Cook Islands - Rarotonga
Wigmore's Waterfall in Rarotonga of Cook Islands The Wigmore's Waterfall, Rarotonga is one of those places that offers you an off-the-beaten-track tourist destination in the region. Rarotonga is the largest island in the archipelago of Cook Islands in terms of population. If you want to enjoy a trip that will give you a break from the hackneyed tour to the palm studded white sandy beaches that fringe most of the island, take pleasure in the spectacular sight of the Wigmore's Waterfall, Rarotonga. It is one such place that will add on to the pleasures of your tour to this exotic island of Roratonga. The Wigmore's Waterfall, Rarotonga is approximately five kilometers out of the main town of Avarua. Close to this falls is the Papua Waterfall, another scenic cascade...

Fishing in Cook Islands - Rarotonga
Fishing in Cook Islands During your trip to Cook Islands a number of things will keep you busy. Adventure sports in Cook Islands will include Fishing in Cook Islands and Scuba-diving in Cook Islands. Fishing in Cook Islands is the most important one among the recreational options provided at the Cook Islands. If you are a novice in fishing, there is no need to worry since there are guides for helping you out. The fishing enthusiasts will have a wonderful time while fishing in Cook Islands. The experienced crew will reach out their helping hands as and when needed. There are several companies that will offer you the necessary things while fishing in Cook Islands. The fishes found in the region are Marlin, Wahoo, Yellow Fin Tuna, Barracud...

Rarotonga Beach and Spa - Rarotonga
Rarotonga Beach and Spa The colours of paradise ...Your toes in the white sandy beach ...Meeting the friendly reef fish in the blue lagoon...Swaying in a hammock in the cool green shade of a coconut palm...The true Cook Islands resort, in the heart of the South Seas. Welcome to The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Spa, the Cook Islands' iconic Signature Resort. Some say that until you've been to the Cook Islands,you have yet to truly experience the South Pacific. Journey here to The Rarotongan to discover that true South Pacific spirit. Nestled directly on Aroa Beach, Rarotonga's best white sand beach on the island's sunshine coast, here you can experience a unique and special slice of paradise the real Cook Islands. And right in front of ...

When to go Cook Islands - Avarua
When to go Cook Islands The Cook Islands has a pleasantly even climate year round, with no excesses of temperature or humidity, although it can rain quite often. The best times of year to visit are around September and October, when there's a nice trade-off between warm temperatures and reduced humidity; March and April are also good months to come, as the cyclone season has passed and the skies are likely to be clear and sunny. Festivals may sway your plans: the big dance competition is in late April, the independence bash in early August. The only really tricky time to visit is Christmas/New Year, when many Cook Islanders return home to celebrate the holiday season with their families. Flights (especially from Australia and New Zealand)...