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Update from the Division

Kia Orana and Greetings from the Division of Sustainable Tourism! We are excited to share with you the sustainable tourism efforts of the Cook Islands including attaining the award for Best in Travel from Lonely Planet in 2021.  Learn about the Marae Moana, the world’s largest multiple-use Marine Park which spreads over the entire Exclusive ... read more

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Sustainability Champion: Te Ipukarea Society Creates Awareness for Community Water Stations

A nationwide project to provide Cook Islands community and visitors easy access to Free UV treated water has seen the delivery of 21 stations across Rarotonga. These free UV Treated Water Stations provide the community and visitors easy access to safe drinking water and will help in reducing single plastic bottle usage that would end ... read more

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NTO Update: Cook Islands Tourism

Since opening its borders to New Zealand in January, the Cook Islands has initiated steps to protect its natural environment for the long-term sustainability of tourism in the Cook Islands. As part of its approach towards sustainable tourism, in this edition the Cook Islands Tourism Corporation highlight’s three initiatives that addresses key elements of the ... read more

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Towards 2030: Marae Moana

Marae Moana, is the world’s largest multi-use marine park. Located in the Cook Islands and spanning a total ocean area of nearly two million square kilometres, Marae Moana extends over the entire Exclusive Economic Zone. This multi-use marine park is currently the largest commitment by a single country for integrated management and conservation from ridge ... read more

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