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Atiu

Atiu is an island in Southern Cook Islands. It is the third largest, third most populous, and third most visited island in the Cook Island group. It is 27km2 and has a rapidly decreasing population of 480 (2009), of which most are children and elderly.

218km

-19.983333-158.116667

Rarotonga

Rarotonga is by far the most populated of the Cook Islands and is the capital. It's in the southern group of islands, and is known as Raro.

251km

-21.2333-159.7833

Palmerston Island

Palmerston Island is a coral atoll which includes five small island groups. It is one of the Southern Cook Islands. It has no airstrip; access is by sea only. It is famed for its hospitality to traveling yachts and is sometimes compared to Pitcairn Island, as they are both remote islands supporting small English-speaking populations.

388km

-18.0667-163.1667
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Aitutaki

Cook Islands
Aitutaki (Aye-too-tah-ki) is an island in the Southern Cook Islands, a 45 minute flight from the capital island of Rarotonga.

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