Cook Islands are the coming together of 15 islands as a political entity. Cook Islands lie in South Pacific Ocean and are freely associated with their neighbor New Zealand. Tourism industry is the main industry of Cooks Islands. The Cook Islands are results of old volcanic activities. The beautiful beaches, dense jungles and breathtaking coral lagoons make Cook Islands sought after tourists’ destination of the Oceania region. Being exempt of the daily commotion of modern day city life, Cook Islands are a place to enjoy a relaxed and refreshing holiday.
Rarotonga is the most populous island of the group. Snorkeling and swimming are two known activities that the tourist of the place can enjoy. The sand beaches if walked upon on full moon nights are simply a magical experience. Aitutaki is a small island but is quite a famous one owing to its romantic ambience. The 13 remaining islands are as picturesque as the mentioned two. One is sure to feel overwhelmed by increasing beauty and uniqueness of these islands one after the other.
New Zealand dollar and Cook Islands dollar
English and Rarotongan
10,900 (Jun 2011)
Tourist & Immigration Info
The details of visa and other formalities required to visit Cook Islands can be availed at the nearest embassy of Cook Islands.