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Thursday 20 July 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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New surge in visitor growth
Rough sea conditions at Avatiu yesterday meant the visiting cruise liner Paul Gaugin had to disembark passengers at Arorangi. Pictured are crew from the ship, which is a frequent visitor to Cook Islands waters, helping passengers climb from a ship's tender on to the jetty. Most passengers spent the day exploring the island and taking part in various tourist activities. The Bahamas-registered ship operates mostly in the South Pacific. 17071913

Visitor arrivals to the Cook Islands grew at an astonishing rate of 16 per cent in the first five months of this year.

Visitor arrivals to the Cook Islands grew at an astonishing rate of 16 per cent in the first five months of this year.


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