Cocos (Keeling) Islands
The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are a remote territory of Australia in the Indian Ocean. Its 2 coral atolls comprise 27 tiny islands with white-sand beaches, palm trees and lagoons. West Island has an airport and a visitor centre. Across the lagoon, the Home Island Museum explores the culture of the resident Cocos Malay people. To the north, the isolated Pulu Keeling National Park has bird colonies and a shipwreck.
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Cocos Islands Kayaking Tour
Explore the pristine clear waters of the Southern Atoll in a Motorised Outrigger Canoe. Make new friends, learn some of the interesting history of the Islands, take in the spectacular scenery, look out for the numerous birds, turtles and crabs.
Diving Day Trip
The island has around 20 dive sites all in a compact location, from shallow but steep vertical walls, drift diving, to deep pinnacles down to over 130ft (40m), and blue water dives. All sites are close to the island and one another, making Cocos an ideal liveaboard diver's playground.
Located across the lagoon and just a short ferry ride away from West Island, this unique part of the Cocos Islands is a must-see for visitors.
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