Facts and figures about Cook Islands at a glanceCook Islands is a semi-independent political entity of New Zealand on the continent of Oceania. Cook Islands covers a total area of 240.0 km2 and has a population of approximately 21,388 people.
The capital of Cook Islands is Avarua (Avarua) with a population of 13,373 people.
|Cook Islands||CK||240.0 km2||21,388 people||89.1|
|89.1 p/km2 (very low)|
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Information on Cook Islands
|Cook Islands||Cook Islands||CK||Semi-independent political entity (New Zealand)||11||Avarua Avarua||Oceania|
Time in Cook Islands
|Current time||Summer time (DST)||Standard time||Current timezone offset||Timezone|
|Wed, 6 Dec 2023 - 7:32am (07:32h)||No||Wed, 6 Dec 2023 - 7:32am (07:32h)||UTC -10.0||Pacific/Rarotonga|
Currency in Cook Islands
Languages in Cook Islands
|English , Maori|
Neighbouring countries of Cook Islands
Telecommunication in Cook Islands
|International calling code||Internet top level domain (TLD)|
Latitude & Longitude of Cook Islands
|Position||Latitude (width)||Longitude (length)|
|Show on map||21°14'54.3"S (-21.2484200°)||159°47'06.6"W (-159.7851600°)|
Regions in Cook Islands
|There are 11 primary administrative regions in Cook Islands. Have a closer look at the regions in Cook Islands.|
Largest places in Cook IslandsThere is 1 place in Cook Islands with a population of more than 10,000 people.
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