The Cook Islands

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What you can take into
the Cook Islands


One of the most important things to check up on when planning a visit to a country is its customs laws and banned items.

The Cook Islands has a reasonable limit for duty-free items if you are over the age of 18.

Smokers can take in 200 cigarettes, or 250g of tobacco, or 50 cigars.

And drinkers can take 2 litres of wine, or 4.5 litres of beer, two litres of spirits, liqueur, or other spirits beverages.

You may take in goods worth up to $250 and your own perfumes.


What you can't take into the Cook Islands

Banned imports to the Cook Islands include fruit, meat, livestock, drugs, indecent or pornographic material, fireworks, firearms, gunpowder and ammunition.



- Richard Moore

Copyright 2011 RICHARD MOORE