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The beaches and islands of the South Pacific

Luengoni, Lifou, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

American Samoa, Cook Islands, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Samoa, Fiji The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world. It extends over a third of the earth’s surface. The Pacific contains around 25,000 islands, most of which are located ...

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Cyclones and hurricanes in the South Pacific

What is the period of cyclones and hurricanes in Polynesia? What is the hurricanes and cyclones season and which are the islands most at risk of tropical cyclones in the South Pacific? Cyclones and tropical hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean ...

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Aitutaki: the jewel island of the Cook Islands

Aitutaki is an island located 235 km north-east of Rarotonga. The island occupies an area of only 18 sq km and is home to around 2,000 inhabitants. This island is after Rarotonga the island of the Cook Islands most frequented ...

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Rarotonga: mountains and beaches

Rarotonga is the main island of the Cook Islands and a mountainous island of volcanic origin. The island covers an area of 67 sq km and has about 9,600 inhabitants. The only important center of the island is the capital ...

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Cook Islands power plugs and sockets, telephones

COOK ISLANDS DOCUMENTS Documents: For entry in the Cook Islands is required a Passport valid for at least 3 months. The visa is required for stays longer than 30 days, it is mandatory have the return air ticket. For the ...

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How to get the Cook Islands. Flights to the Cook Islands

HOW TO GET TO THE COOK ISLANDS: AIR LINKS The only way to get to the Cook Islands is by plane. The Cook Islands are located in central Polynesia, in the southern Pacific Ocean. This Polynesian archipelago is located to ...

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Cook Islands tourist attractions: what to see

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS OF THE COOK ISLANDS Tourism is the islands’ main source of income with over 90,000 arrivals in 2006. Over half of the arrivals come from New Zealand, followed by Europe, Australia, and the United States of America. Tourism ...

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The climate of the Cook Islands: when to go

The Cook Islands are located north of the Tropic of Capricorn, they have a typically tropical oceanic climate, with temperatures stable all year round. The average maximum temperatures vary between 25 ° C and 29 ° C, while the average ...

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Cook Islands: a paradise of the South Seas

The Cook Islands are a semi-independent state in free association with New Zealand, made up of 15 small islands located between French Polynesia and the Samoa Islands, at a latitude south of the equator between 9 ° S and the ...

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