Cocos Island  

Cocos Island - high-adrenaline diving!

On virtually any dive you're likely to encounter hammerheads, mantas, dolphins, huge schools of jacks, oceanic white tip sharks, whale sharks, Galapagos sharks and more.

Topside, Cocos Island is the largest uninhabited island in the world. Circmunavigate the island and you'll see over 300 waterfalls -- some of them 200 feet high. Cocos Island is crowned by the 575-foot high Mt. Iglesis and is accessable via Chatham and Wafer Bays.

Home of exceptional biodiversity both below and above the water, beautiful, remote Cocos Island has bee named a World Heritage Site.


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