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cook islands TRAVEL GUIDE
COOK ISLANDS AND WHEN TO GO
For water lovers the Cook Islands is paradise. A fringe reef circles Rarotonga leaving a calm, shallow lagoon packed with colourful coral and marine life waiting to be explored. And when you're not swimming, snorkelling, diving, or paddling, there's white sand beaches to relax on, rainforests to trek and plenty of restaurants to check out.
March - April brings clears sunny days as cyclone season ends
Celebrate the nations independence at the Te maire Nui festival in August
August to November sees rainfall it it's lowest with humidity falling towards the end of the year
December - February is cyclone season so is the least popular time to visit