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The Cook Islands relaxed tranquil way of life is matched only by the people themselves. Their smiles are warm and spontaneous, their dancing is joyful and exuberant, and the general mood of the islands relaxed.

The Cook Islands consist of 15 islands scattered over some 2 million square km of the South Pacific Ocean.

They lie in the South Pacific Polynesian Triangle, flanked to the west by the Kingdom of Tonga and the Samoa’s and to the east by Tahiti and the islands of French Polynesia.   The Cook Islands are in the same time zone as Hawaii and are the same distance South of the equator as Hawaii is north.

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All Cook Island Hotels & Resorts

Escape to Paradise
Rumours Luxury Villas and Spa Cook Islands , a melding of “Rumours of Romance” and “Reflections on Rarotonga” two 5 star resorts on Rarotong...
All 6 of the Te Vakaroa Villas Cook Islands are located on the beachfront of Muri Lagoon and have a private patio with a view over the infinity pool t...
Rarotonga’s premier boutique beachfront villas – designed for romantic couples! The Royale Takitumu Villas Cook Islands is located right on the fabulo...
Each of the five (5) cozy Cook Island bungalow accommodations is a large “ngutu’are” (home away from home) with 65 square meters (700 square feet) of ...
Nestled on the crystal clear waters of Muri Lagoon, Muri Beachcomber Cook Islands is a beautiful beachfront property. The friendly staff ensure t...
The Magic Reef Bungalows, are beautifully located on the western side of the island of Rarotonga, Cook Islands, where the golden sunsets are magical. ...
The Little Polynesian Resort Cook Islands is surrounded with the kind of natural beauty that the South Pacific is renowned for. In 2005, the Litt...
The Etu Moana Beach Villas Cook Islands Villas are generously spaced for privacy on a 1.5-acre property that is wide at the beach narrowing at the roa...
Crown Beach Resort & Spa Rarotonga Cook Islands, Rarotonga’s finest boutique resort, offers a range of quality facilities in an intimate setting.&...
Aitutaki Village is blessed with prime beachfront location on the gorgeous white sands of Ootu Beach on the south western point of Aitutaki in th...
The Aitutaki Lagoon Resort and Spa Cook Islands is the only resort in the Cooks located on its own private island, and features the only Overwater Bun...
Aitutaki Escape Villas on Aitutaki Island are beachfront with a stunning view of the lagoon, what better place to watch the sunset than your private d...
Set on the beautiful white sand beach of Rarotonga’s stunning Muri lagoon, your private villa awaits. Designed for those who appreciate beautiful natu...
Situated on a triangle shaped atoll rising four thousand meters from the ocean floor of the Pacific Ocean, you will discover a seducing enclave of rom...
Rarotonga’s leading full service authentic resort situated in the unrivaled location on glorious white sands of Muri beach.Pacific Resort Rarotonga of...
Our sumptuous, award-winning, South Seas retreat,nestled on its own secluded white sandy beach is the perfect place for your romantic getaway, indulge...

Destination Travel Tips

Things To Know Before You Go

Cook Islands Power Converter Kit

Power Up

Electrical outlets in the Cook Islands are the Australian AS-3112 type. If your appliance's plug doesn't match the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel plug adapter in order to plug in and power up. We suggest a power converter kit to cover all bases.
Cook Islands Packing Tips

What to Pack

Keep it casual - remember you are on island time. Pack light tropical layers for both men and women and don’t forget these essentials: Sunscreen, brimmed hats, sunglasses, swimwear, reef shoes, bug repellent, prescription medicines; sweatshirt or light jacket and camera.
Required Travel Documents to the Cook Islands

Required Travel Documents

Visitors must have a passport valid for six months and return airline ticket. No visa is required and 31 days entry is granted.
When to travel to the Cook Island

Know When To Go

Peak Season is from June to August and is the driest time of the year. Temperatures hover around 77°F and humidity is at a minimum. December to March is considered off-season as it is the rainy season with occasional hurricanes. Our favorites are the shoulder seasons from April to May and from September to October when you will enjoy warmer temperatures and reduced humidity.

How to Get There

The Cook Islands are located south of Hawaii. Air New Zealand offers flights from Los Angeles to the main airport of the Cook Islands which is located on the island of Rarotonga.
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