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MY COOK ISLANDS
"Life there moves at the sort of pace which you feel God must have had in mind originally when He made the sun to keep us warm and provided the fruits of the earth for the taking..."
From "An Island to Oneself" by Tom Neale who lived alone on Suwarrow for 15 years


 

Tom Neale
Covid watch level 2
CORONARIVUS STATUS: BORDER CLOSED TO TOURISTS
ALERT LEVEL 2: COVID-19 is not present in the Cook Islands but there is  community transmission in New Zealand

The border remains closed to visitors until at least 5 November. All visitors over 12 will require double vaccination when the border opens again. The international maritime border is closed to all  but authorised freight carriers
Status in detail from the Cook Islands Health Ministry



Love, patience and skills handed down through generations go into some of the unique crafts of the Islands
Art from the heart
Lying just below the equator and over 1,300 kms (848 mls) north of Rarotonga, PENRHYN is the largest atoll in the Islands with a vast and stunning lagoon.  It's also known as Tongareva. Islanders farm pearls and pearl shell and the remains of a a World War II bomber lies amid the lush landscape. But it's also the island in the Cooks most affected by climate change

Penrhyn from the air
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