Cook Islands


The 15 islands of the Cook islands are located in the South Pacific, in the same time zone as Hawai’i. An unspoiled paradise, complete with white sand beaches, blue lagoons, and lush green mountains.

In the Cook Islands, there are no branded resorts, no buildings taller than a coconut tree, no crowds, and no stop lights – yet the islands offer modern conveniences, and undiscovered luxury, with a wide range of accommodation options and activities for every type of traveler.

When the time is right, come discover our little paradise in the South Pacific.

The Cook Islands is a nation in the South Pacific, with political links to New Zealand. Its 15 islands are scattered over a vast area. The largest island, Rarotonga, is home to rugged mountains and Avarua, the national capital. To the north, Aitutaki Island has a vast lagoon encircled by coral reefs and small, sandy islets. The country is renowned for its many snorkeling and scuba-diving sites.

It’s always a good time to visit. The Cook Islands enjoy a pleasantly warm and sunny climate all year round. June to August are slightly cooler months, November to March marks the warmer season, with occasional tropical showers. The drier months, from April to November, average 26°C. The warmer, more humid season runs from December to March when the temperature ranges between 22°C (min) and 30°C (max).


Presently, weekly service on Air New Zealand from Los Angeles to Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

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