Cook Islands Flights GuideThe Cook Islands is located on the South Pacific Ocean in Polynesia in free association with New Zealand. 15 islands make up the country best known for its white sandy beaches. It's easy to immerse yourself into the culture of the Cook Islands especially when enjoying the local food including the specialty dish of raw tuna in lime juice and coconut cream called Ika mata. Enjoy the turquoise lagoons at Aitutaki before going caving at Mangaia. Enjoy nature by hiking through Rarotonga or soak up more culture at a cultural show filled traditional dancing.
The main gateway into the Cook Islands is through Rarotonga International Airport, serving regular flights to Sydney, Fiji, Auckland and Los Angeles. The Cook Islands has a tropical climate with a warm temperatures throughout the year. Expect average temperatures to be around 25 to 29 degrees celsius with a cyclone season in November through the month of March, although actual cyclones are rare.