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Cook Islands

Think about lush rainforests, untouched caves, amazing bird life, pearl farms, pristine reefs, beaches, and lagoons. The Cook Islands is truly a paradise where you can discover some of the most remote islands of the Pacific. Located between Hawaii and New Zealand, means the islands are pleasant to visit any time of the year. 

The Cook Islands are made up of 15 islands - the two main islands are Rarotonga and Aitutaki. The third most visited island is Atiu and the remaining islands are spread over the 2 million square km of ocean. 

The local language of the Cook Islands Maori, but people also speak English.

The drier months, from April to November, average 26°C. The warmer, more humid, and damper season is from December to March, with temperatures ranging between 22°C (min) and 30°C (max). 

No building can be higher than the highest coconut tree (so no Highrise hotels). The Cook Islands is a landscape of lagoons, beaches and swaying palms with small snug buildings lying in between.

The Islands offer many activities, such as diving, snorkelling, hiking, fishing, quad biking and visiting local markets. Or you can just relax on the beach, or pool, or perhaps take a boat to a private sand island. 

People are the friendliest you can meet anywhere in the world, and if you are visiting on Sunday, a local church visit is a must! 

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