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Villas in the Cook Islands

The Cook Islands

The Cook Islands consist of fifteen islands which lie in the centre of the Polynesian Triangle in the South Pacific Ocean. The islands are self-governing in free association with New Zealand.

The Cook Islands were formed by volcanic activity and have a moderate to tropical climate. The fifteen islands are grouped into the High Cook Islands (which consist of the islands of Aitutaki, Atiu, Mangaia, Mauke and Rarotonga), the Low Islands (consisting of the islands Manuae, Mitiaro and Takutea) and the Northern Cook Islands (which consist of the islands Manihiki, Nassau, Palmerston Island, Penrhyn Island, Pukapuka, Rakahanga and Suwarrow).

The people of the Cook Islands are extremely friendly and charming and offer warm hospitality. The Cook Islands would make an excellent holiday location.

Ara Tapu Road, Cook Islands
Ara Tapu Road, Cook Islands

Muri Beach, Cook Islands
Muri Beach

Pukapuka, Cook Islands
Pukapuka, Cook Islands

Rarotongo Te Manga
Te Manga, Rarotonga's highest peak, Cook Islands

Tongareava, Cook Islands
Tongareava, Cook Islands

Flower on Rarotonga
Flower on Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Photo by Tim Parkinson
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Aitutaki Beach, Cook Islands
Aitutaki Beach, Cook Islands

Anchorage Island, Cook Islands
Anchorage Island, Cook Islands

Avarua, Cook Islands
Avarua, Cook Islands

Parliament of the Cook Islands
Parliament of the Cook Islands

Raratonga Beach, Cook Islands
Rarotonga Beach, Cook Islands

Tapuaetai, Cook Islands
Tapuaetai, Cook Islands