Etiquette in Cook Islands

Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific Ocean and has a population of 15,000 people.

The islands are in free association with New Zealand.

The official languages of Cook Islands are English and Cook Islands Māori.

The currency of Cook Islands is the New Zealand dollar and the Cook Islands dollar.

Dining & Visiting Homes Etiquette

Bring a small gift when invited to a Cook Islander’s home.

Other Etiquette

Cook Islanders may seem reserved, but are generally giving and friendly in nature. If you are returning from or leaving on a trip, you may receive a flower garland around the neck.