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A team of traditional dancers from the Cook Islands took to the streets of London yesterday – to show off the charms of their sunny island.
The Cook Islands could be set for a tourism boost as a result of the new series of reality television programme Shipwrecked: The Island, which is currently being broadcast on Channel 4.
Fancy a real escape? Only the Cook Islands can offer such a spectacular and exclusive break as this.
Cook Islands Tourism has welcomed the results of recent TripAdvisor research, which listed two of the archipelago's beaches among the world's most "breathtaking" seaside spots for fun and surf.
The Cook Islands Government has now approved a financial guarantee to enable direct flights from Sydney to operate, with Air New Zealand running a service for a four-month trial period, significantly improving access to the remote Pacific islands.
Te Vara Nui Cultural Village, the <a href="http://www.cookislands.travel" target="_blank">Cook Island 's</a> newest and most interactive cultural attraction launches on May 25th.
At least 1,100 people are now feared dead following a powerful earthquake which struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra on Tuesday.
The impact of two earthquakes along the Pacific Ring of Fire is continuing to be felt, with hundreds now feared dead in Samoa and Indonesia.
Scores of people are feared dead following a tsunami on the islands of Samoa and American Samoa in the Pacific Islands.
The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation (CITC) has expressed its delight at the decision by Air New Zealand's (ANZ) to increase capacity on their aircraft on the LAX flight by 100 seats.
The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation (CITC) is launching an All-Inclusive Island package, making visits to the South Pacific destination even better value.
The Cook Islands minister for tourism, Wilkie Rasmussen, has confirmed the local government and Air New Zealand have agreed to the continuation of the weekly direct flight between Rarotonga and Los Angeles beyond April 2009.
Richard Aylen is swapping the daily routine of an 8-5 London lifestyle for a 24-7 cross continent trip taking in Africa, south-east Asia and Australasia. From Cape Town to the Cook Islands via Chiang Mai and Christchurch, his trip will take him from the capital of the UK and deep into backpacker territory.
Ethical holidays and destinations, such as the Isles of Scilly, Naples in Italy, and Cambodia, are predicted to be some of the top attractions for 2008.