A selection of the best videos about the Islands
Complete guide to the Islands
Part Two
Northern Group islands
"The stuff of dreams"

Cook islands video guide 2
Aitutaki video guide
Mauke video guide
Nearest neighbour to Rarotonga.  Tour of the island and its stunning turquoise blue lagoon
Garden of the islands and another near neighbour of Rarotonga
Rarotonga video guide
A tour of the capital island and some ideas on what to see and do
Mangaia video guide
The oldest island in the Pacific with a rugged beauty of its own
William Marsters video
William Marsters
Telling, through song, the remarkable story of an Englishman who founded a dynasty on Palmerston
Pa's Rarotonga: Meet a unique Rarotonga tour guide and healer

Life among theislanders  of PALMERSTON who are all descended from an Englishman and his four wives

Short but endearing clip of Palmerston children singing about themselves

"Once I counted birds"
An outstanding mix of words and pictures that will really make you think about our world.   Filmed on Suwarrow

Diving in the Cook Islands
From the easily accessible sites on Rarotonga and Aitutaki, to the remote reefs of Suwarrow and Takutea.  Some magnificent shots of underwater life

Cook Islands video guide 1
Complete guide to the Islands
Part One
Overview and Southern Group including Rarotonga and Aitutaki
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Also known as the land of the birds...but there's much more to this island
YouTube is full of videos about the Cook Islands and the aim of this page is to share what I think are some of the best. I'd recommend watching them full screen (start the fllm then press f).   If you've got other suggestions or have created your own film,  please email me the details
No surprise there are some great aerial shots in this film by Air Rarotonga

Above and below the water views of SUWARROW - a national park with a population of just 2 caretakers (and then only from April to October)

RAKAHANGA is 1,248 kms/775 miles north of Rarotonga.  Although the film is bit shaky, it's a fascinating insight into one of the least known and most remote places on earth

Capturing the essence of MITIARO with its myriad of underground caves and more
Capturing the beauty of sunset over Aitutaki

Jake Numanga Snr. MBE who welcomes and bids farewell to visitors at Rarotonga airport in his own inimitable way

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Another Air Rarotonga video, this time of beautiful and remote PENRHYN

Some beautiful shots of the pearl producing island of MANIHIKI

Media studies students from Enuamanu have created this film about their home island of ATIU

Christmas Day on MAUKE - a unique insight into the holiday tradition which, in turn, captures the warmth of the wonderful islanders