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Cook Islands

Melbourne, Australia
2 posts
Cook Islands

what month is the best need lots of sun and no clouds as we want to take lots of pic at one foot island as last time we went had cloud s for 2 weeks no good for taking pic. Thank you for your help

Aitutaki, Cook...
Destination Expert
for Aitutaki
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2,104 posts
40 reviews
1. Re: Cook Islands

Sorry LIndsay, there is no guarantee as to sun and no clouds during any period. Given the world wide weather patterns all bets are off. The rainy season is usually from November to April but we can get days of rain at any time of year. - it's the tropics.

Melbourne, Australia
2 posts
2. Re: Cook Islands

Thanks for your help

Melbourne, Australia
Level Contributor
98 posts
83 reviews
3. Re: Cook Islands

Hi Lindsay

We mostly go end of August and are there during September. The weather is unpredictable and once we have experienced one whole week on rain out of two spending there. But it happened only once and we are returning this September for 7th time. October is also very warm and Aitutaki is warmer than Rarotonga. You will have clouds every now and then, sometimes it is a nice break from the heat but it is warm and you are on holidays anyway. Enjoy.

4. Re: Cook Islands

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