Cook Islands Constitution Day

Cook Islands Constitution Day is celebrated annually on August 4th. This public holiday marks the day when the Cook Islands became a self-governing nation in free association with New Zealand.

The Te Maeva Nui Festival, a week-long national culture is held each year simultaneously. It draws international visitors from across the globe to Rarotonga for a week of cultural festivities and celebrations through arts, crafts, music, song, dance, and local food.

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