Suwarrow Atoll, Cook Islands

Suwarrow is a low coral atoll in the Cook Islands in the Pacific Islands. Situated 1,300km south of the equator, the island has a rich history that spans from Robert Louis Stevenson through to the islands relevance in World War 2. In 1978 the island was declared to be a National Park of the Cook Islands due to the plentiful marine and bird life it supports, making this a paradise for divers and birdwatchers alike.

Things to see and do
* Snorkelling and diving
* Bird watching

General Information

Cruise Season - Jan-Dec
Currency - New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
Time - GMT minus 10 hours
Language - Cook Island / English
Land area - 0.4 km2
International Country Telephone Code - +682

Transport links - The only way to visit the island is with a private yacht or by chartered expedition from Rarotonga.

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