HOLIDAYS AND TRADITIONS

Culture of the Cook Islands

The locals are adept at making items of clothing and items like necklaces and jewellery made from shells. Giving somebody a shell necklace and placing it around the recipients neck is a goodwill and love gesture.

FOOD AND BEVERAGES

Cook Islands Cuisine

Tropical regions have a large variety of culinary possibilities, and the Cook Islands are no different. Popular ingredients include fresh fruit—papayas, lemons, limes, coconuts, bananas, mangos, musk melons—all of which make for a refreshing taste for the palate, not to mention a healthy breakfast!

SHORT INFORMATION

Cook Islands Climate

Cook Islands has two distinct seasons. The cooler season, from April to October, is dry and averages 20-26oC, with cool nights.