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  1. Rarotonga International Airport is the international airport of the Cook Islands. Air Rarotonga operates domestic inter-island flights: daily flights to Aitutaki, regular flights to Atiu, Mangaia, Mauke and Mitiaro, and occasional flights to the remote northern atolls of Manihiki, Tongareva (Penrhyn) and Pukapuka.

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    Rarotonga International Airport is the international airport of the Cook Islands. Air Rarotonga operates domestic inter-island flights: daily flights to Aitutaki, regular flights to Atiu, Mangaia, Mauke and Mitiaro, and occasional flights to the remote northern atolls of Manihiki, Tongareva (Penrhyn) and Pukapuka.

  4. Cook Islands Tourism: Tripadvisor has 91,137 reviews of Cook Islands Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Cook Islands resource.

  5. The Cook Islands have coral-stuffed lagoons, turquoise waters defying believability, abundant marine life and jungles. Did we mention palm trees too? Many visitors fly in to Rarotonga and use it as a base for their holiday in the Cook Islands. The Cook Islands uses the same currency as New Zealand (NZD). Read more...

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  7. Sep 26, 2022 · Rarotonga’s Rupeni Mataitonga claimed the 10km run title in a time of 39.36 minutes followed by New Zealand’s Shaun Dixon (46.57 min) and Rarotonga’s Jordan McPharlin (47.47 min). Pip Hansen was the first female to cross the finish line in the 10km run, finishing the race in 48.09 minutes. More in tomorrow’s edition

  8. Sep 09, 2022 · Explore Rarotonga on your own time and in your own way, by visiting sites of cultural and historical significance. Learn the history of the Cook Islands Christian Churches (CICC) scattered around the island. Their origins with the London Missionary Society, and the important com- munity figures that helped to grow the Christian faith on Rarotonga.

  9. The Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand. 15 islands are spread over 2.2 million square kilometers of the South Pacific Ocean. Rarotonga is home to the international airport where direct flights from New Zealand and Tahiti.

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