Do you need a passport to go to Cook Islands?

All international passport holders must have a passport valid for a period of at least 6 months beyond their departure date from the Cook Islands. All New Zealand passport holders are allowed 90 days of stay in the Cook Islands, and all other international passport holders are allowed 31 days of stay.

Do Americans need a visa for Cook Islands?

There is no visa required for U.S. citizens traveling for business, tourist or diplomatic/official purposes for a maximum stay of 3 months.

Do you need a passport to fly to Cook Islands?

How do you get to the Cook Islands from us?

The only way to get there is to fly to Rarotonga (the largest island), and historically, there are only a handful of destinations in New Zealand, Australia and the United States with direct flights to Rarotonga. Depending on where you're travelling from, the journey could be quite long (and expensive).

Does anyone live in the Cook Islands?

Cook Islands is located between French Polynesia and American Samoa. It comprises 15 islands and has a population of around 17,500.

Is Cook Islands worth it?

The Cook Islanders are famously welcoming and friendly, English is widely spoken, and you'll find an easygoing mix of 21st-century sophistication and traditional Polynesian values. Framed by the wild blue expanse of the planet's biggest ocean, these isolated isles are one of the world's great getaways.

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