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Rarotonga is the vibrant centre of the Cook Islands and is where government resides. Circular and only 32 km in circumference, it is dominated by high mountain peaks which rise to..
A visit to the Cook Islands is not complete without seeing the beautiful island of Aitutaki, which is less than an hours flight from Rarotonga. and lies 220 kilometres north of Rarotonga...
Atiu - the island of birds and legends - is the third largest in the group, forming part of the Southern section of the Cook Islands. Atiu is a small volcanic island, with central elevated..
To experience Mangaia is to feel the true warmth of the people, past and present. Mangaia is the southernmost and the second largest of the Cook Islands. The oldest island of the group..
At the heart of our pearl industry, Manihiki is a large atoll with a deep lagoon and sits atop an underwater mountain rising 4000 metres above the ocean floor. The land mass measures just..
Mauke takes its name from the legendary founder ‘Uke who came to the island in search of a peaceful place to live. By today’s standards, he certainly chose the perfect island. However..
Manuae, is a peaceful sanctuary and lies 102 kilometeres south-east of Aitutaki. this now unhabited island was once home to contract workers employed on copra production. It consists of two..
Of the cluster of islands in the Southern Group called Nga Pu Toru (Atiu, Mitiaro and Mauke), this island would be the least visited by tourists. Not because it is any less beautiful than..
Located 55 kilometres south of Pukapuka, the samll island of Nassau is covered with palms and is the only island of the group without a lagoon.
Nassau is a satellite community of..
The unique social fabric of this atoll arises from the last century when Englishman William Marsters settled here with his two Rarotongan wives. The resulting small population now share the..
The northern most island of the Cook Islands, Penrhyn is located 1365 kilometres from Rarotonga and has the largest lagoon areas of the Cook Island's atolls, covering 233 square kilometres..
Frisbie's 'Island of Desire', isolated insular and renowned for its unusual social customs, Pukapuka lies far to the north-west, nearly 800 miles from Rarotonga and 280 miles north-east of..
Situated 25 miles northeast of neighboring Manihiki, Rakahanga is an atoll with a picturesque, almost totally enclosed lagoon.
There is no airport and access is limited to a three hour..
Suwarrow was for many years the home of a New Zealand hermit, Tom Neale, who wrote of his life in a book - "An island to oneself".
Today a caretaker and his family live on the atoll for..
Takutea, a sanctuary declared to protect the breeding site of a number of seabirds, lies 50 miles northeast of Atiu.
Members of the Atiu community make regular trips to the island to..
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