Cook Islands Climate
The Cook Islands enjoy a pleasantly warm and sunny climate all year round. June to August are the cooler months, while November to March marks the warmer season, with occasional tropical showers expected.
The drier months from April to November have an average temperature of about 26°C, while the warmer, more humid and damp season runs from December to March. Severe weather is rare and infrequent, so lightweight clothing is the norm.
The table below indicates the prevalence of sunshine and even temperatures. Severe weather is rare and infrequent.
|Max (deg c)||Min (deg c)||Sunshine Hrs|
For more information call the Meteorological Centre phone 682 20683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildlife, Bugs and Insects
Theres are no poisonous or seriously harmful animals or insects in the Cook Islands. However mosquitoes and other bugs can be bothersome so insect repellent is recommended. To protect your feet from coral or from standing on a stonefish, it is best to wear reef shoes when wading, reef walking at low tiding or snorkeling.
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