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Cocos Keeling Islands

Australia

Cocos Castaway

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4 Night Package

Departs from Cocos Island

independent Trip

From
$1,239
AUD
A remote & uncrowded Indian Ocean paradise
REF: 26028

4 Night Package

Departs from Cocos Island

independent Trip

From
$1,239
AUD
REF: 26028

4 Night Package

Departs from Cocos Island

From
$1,239
AUD

Package Details

A remote & uncrowded Indian Ocean paradise
With uncrowded dive sites, diverse marine life and spectacular pristine gardens of hard and soft corals, the Cocos (Keeling) Islands offer guests some amazing diving and snorkelling. Keep an eye out for dolphins, turtles, majestic manta rays, and even the resident, lone Dugong, affectionately known as Kat.

Inclusions

4 nights double share Standard Villa self contained studio accommodation (queen bed only) at Cocos Castaway
6 boat dives with Cocos Dive (minimum 2 divers required) - Air fill, tanks, weights and dive guide services - Generous lunch usually enjoyed on Direction Island during a long surface interval - Transport from accommodation to boat ramp or jetty.

Exclusions

  • ● Domestic airfares to and from Cocos Keeling Islands & taxes
  • ● Meals unless specified
  • ● Scuba gear rental
  • ● Travel insurance
  • Upgrades

  • ● Superior Unit (Queen+Single) twin/double share $80 pp
  • ● Superior Oceanview Unit (Queen+Single) twin/double share $160 pp
  • Proposed Itinerary

    Day 1 Arrive Cocos Keeling Island
    Day 2 - 4 6 boat dives and time to explore the island
    Day 5 Morning at leisure to explore the island prior to departure

    Terms and Conditions

    Diving days are normally Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday.
    Valid for travel from April 1, 2022.
    Valid for travel until March 31, 2023.
    Only available for sale until March 27, 2023.

    Subject to availability and COVID-19 conditions – please contact your Dive Adventures travel specialist.

    Destination Information

    Cocos Keeling Islands

    Australia’s most remote outpost lies in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean offering spectacular snorkelling, world-class diving, excellent fishing and the adrenalin-rush of kitesurfing. Situated 2,750 kilometres northwest of Perth, Western Australia, and 900 kilometres from Christmas Island, the Cocos (Keeling) Islands are a group of 27 coral islands that form two atolls. Only West Island, where the airport and the dive shop is located and where most tourists stay, and Home Island are inhabited. A small indigenous population of about 450 Cocos Malay people live on Home Island, originally brought to the Cocos (Keeling) Islands as slaves and members of the harem of Alexander Hare, an early 19th century English explorer.

    The palm-fringed, creamy white sands of Cossies Beach was crowned Best beach in Australia in 2017. Take a 30-minute ferry from West Island to Direction Island (Thursdays and Saturdays only) to discover why Australia’s last paradise is just waiting for you to explore!

     

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