The middle region of South Pacific that lies between Society Islands to the East and Tonga to the West is the exact location where Cook Islands is placed.
The Cook Islands is a self-governing group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean. The flag of the Cook Islands features the Union Jack to the top left corner and has fifteen white stars to the right.
Name Cook Islands
Total Area 236 sq km
Population 10,777 (2012 est.
National Day 4 August 1965 (Constitution Day)
Currency New Zealand dollar (NZD), Cook Islands dollar
Official Languages English, Cook Islands Maori
Major Religion Protestant, Roman Catholic
There are a total of 15 islands under Cook Islands. The map of Cook Islands points the exact location of these islands. Also the forest areas, socio-culturally rich sites and historical areas are highlighted in the Cook Island map. Being categorized into two parts north and south, Cook Islands boasts of a sizable population. The local people of Cook Islands are known as Polynesians. Pukapukan, English and Maori are the three widely spoken languages of Cook Islands.