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ALERT LEVEL 2: COVID-19 is not present in the Cook Islands but there is  community transmission in New Zealand. The border has been re-opened to tourists from New Zealand ONLY.
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MAUKE is the garden of the Islands....and although it's only a 45 minute flight from Rarotonga, it's a world away in lifestyle. It also boasts the world's largest banyan tree and a church which was literally divided down the centre because of an argument over interior decoration. Visitors are few, but can expect great warmth and hospitality - 'ui tupuna' as islanders call it


Mauke's 'divided church'