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Getting Here
Dreamy Cook Islands are remote but also easy to reach through our Rarotonga International Airport.
There are currently four airlines flying to the Cook Islands – Air New Zealand, Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Air Tahiti.
There are direct flights to Rarotonga from Auckland daily – 4 hrs, Sydney once a week– 6 hrs, Los Angeles once a week – 9 hrs, and Tahiti once or twice a week during high season – 2.5 hrs.
Flying to the major outer islands is available by domestic connections with our national airline AirRarotonga.
What to do
Culture & History

Culture & History

It was during the Great Polynesian Migration, beginning around 1500BC that swept across the Indian and Pacific Oceans, when the fifteen islands making up the Cook Island archipelago were discovered
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Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

The art of Tatto, the art of wood and pearl carving, pareu, tivaevae, flower Eis and much more
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Our Land

Our Land

The fifteen individual islands that make up this tiny archipelago, scattered across some 2.2 million square kilometres of the South Pacific Ocean, offer an exceptional diversity of Polynesian culture and scenic beauty
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Nature

Nature

The geological landscape of the 15 islands making up the Cook Island group range from low lying coral atolls surrounded by outer reefs encircling turquoise lagoons in the northern group, to the verdant jungle clad peaks of Rarotonga and raised makatea coral islands of four of the southern group islands
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Getting aroud

Getting aroud

Air Rarotonga connects the main island of Rarotonga to most of the southern group islands on a regular basis and few of the northern group islands. Just a 45 minutes flight from Raro and you are in Aitutaki!
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General Info

General Info

The Cook Islands year round warmth makes it an ideal destination at any time with only a slight variance in temperatures of between 22ºC and 29ºC throughout most of the year
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