Given its remote location, the quality of food in The Cook Islands might surprise you. The area is actually known for its wonderful cuisine, which emphasizes fresh seafood and coconuts in every conceivable incarnation. The island chain's close proximity to Australia and New Zealand has afforded its chefs access to some of the southern hemisphere's best culinary schools and visitors need only spend a few hours at Rarotonga's weekly Punanga Nui Market to understand the bounty of fresh produce available on that tiny island alone. Gourmet travellers will also appreciate the commitment throughout the islands to using fresh seasonal ingredients. Read on for some of the top culinary experiences for foodie travellers.
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