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There are 15 islands: seven low-lying, almost deserted islands and atolls in the northern Cook Islands and eight elevated and fertile islands in the southern Cook Islands, which is where the majority of the population lives.
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Where are the Cook Islands?

The Cook Islands are in Oceania, in the South Pacific Ocean, about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand. They are just east of Tonga and Fiji, and west of French Polynesia

Cook island religion?

The majority of the people that live on Cook Island are Christians.  The Cook Island Church is the largest denomination.

What is the national sport for the cook islands?

There isn't one particular national sport of the Cook Islands. The constitution for a particular national sport is based on what the local populations are best known for, or a

How do you say hello in cook island?

The common greeting in the Cook Islands is 'kia orana' (pronounced KEE-YAH OR-AH-NAH), which means "may you live long". Other islands in the Cooks also use other expressions

What are the names of the islands in the cook islands?

There are 15 islands (2 uninhabited. North to south, they are... Penrhyn (aka Tongareva), Rakahanga, Manihiki, Pukapuka, Nassau, Suwarrow (Suvarov) , Palmerston, Aitutaki, Ma

Why is cook island called cook island?

The Cook Islands, situated in the South Pacific, are named after  Captain James Cook. He landed here in 1773 and again visited these  islands in 1777. The Cook Islands consi

What is the National costume for the Cook Islands?

The Cook Islands do not have a cultural costume, such as the Indian sari or the Tongan taovala. However, the preferred 'cultural' dress for Cook Islanders is a common Pasifika

What is the haircutting ceremony in the cook islands about?

The haircutting ceremony is a rite of passage for young boys. At these large gatherings the boy sits on a chair draped with tīvaevae (quilts). As his hair is cut, members of