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Cocos Island in Australia- A Beautiful Spot For Your Honeymoon

By Siddhi - August 5, 2020
Cocos island in Australia

Australia, a place full of stunning beaches, but what many people don’t realize is that there is a small island chain named the Cocos (Keeling) Beaches in the Indian Ocean. The majestic Cocos Islands are protected by aquamarine seas and give spectacular tropical island adventures not seen on Earth elsewhere. Stay next to spectacular coral reefs with green and hawksbill tortoises, read about the interesting local residents of Cocos Malay, or literally lounge on some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. Check out the top things to do and attractions of Cocos Island in Australia and enjoy a happy vacation with your loved one!

Discover The Exotic Diving Spots of Cocos Island

Snorkelling in Cocos island
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Discover the Cocos Islands underwater fairyland in dry, transparent waters. Go diving with Cocos Dive and explore some of the 25 diverse and uncrowded dive places. And black tortoises, manta rays, whales, lions, moray eels, wrasse, and if you’re fortunate, the Cocos pygmy angelfish. There are many snorkelling spots on the islands that appeal to any level of experience. If it’s the first snorkelling or you’ve always been snorkelling the world’s oceans, there are lots of opportunities around you that would amaze you. You can also swim with the local dolphins on the ride home to West Island.

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Get Ready for to Kitesurf in Cocos Island

Don’t miss out an exhilarating kitesurfing experience that’s possible anytime between June to October, as winds blow from the south-east. The Cocos lagoon is the ideal place to kitesurf, as beginners can learn all basic safety techniques in shallow and flat water, while professional Kite surfers can practice flying, springing and rolling back and forth. The dark, dry, flat crystal clear blue waters provide perfect conditions for beginners wanting to learn kitesurfing in a safe spot. Experienced riders would like to try new tricks and explore the lagoon during long downwind.

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Fishing at the shore

Fishing in Cocos Island
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All of you who enjoy fly fishing and want to try the sacrosanct food, the bonefish, think nothing finer than the lagoon on Cocos Island. You have to carry your own gear, however, you will find the rare, shimmering fish from the shore up to 1 meter in length. Request advice on the best fishing spots from the Visitor Centre. The entire year can be fished, although the summer season is between December and March. The islands of Cocos provide nice fishing sites on the coast. You will stay occupied for hours with Pelagics including wahoo, mahi-mahi and sailfish. Or take the sweetlips, red, cod, and mullet fishing families as a whole. By the end of the day, a BBQ grill on the shore will complete your day!

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Enjoy Birdwatching

In addition to a variety of migratory birds with classic yet isolated tropical island background, the Islands give a passing birdwatcher the ability to mix observation of 39 breeding yet resident birds. The Cocos Keeling Islands block the southwestern edge of the flyway between East Asia and Australia. Migrations on the coast of the Arctic Circle to South-East Asia as well as Australia to New Zealand pursue the sun on their 25000 km regular round ride. Throughout the southern hemisphere, the non-breeding period takes place between September and May.

Surf Across The Beautiful Shore

Surfing in Cocos islands
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The Cocos Island has a variety of local surfers, but a surf break never appears busy for such a limited audience. Cocos feels a bit different from coastal surfing on the Islands. The surfing relies on the tides rather than the current. It is mostly because the breaks are on the coast and that a low tide contributes to uncovered rocks and reefs – local surfers talk with confidence as they advise you not to play with the coast. When you visit the Cocos Islands, please make sure that you have your own board because there’s no boarding facilities accessible on the island – that is possibly part of the explanation for the waves.

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Experience The Ancient Malay Culture

Explore the Home Island, where 450 Cocos Malay people reside in a tiny indigenous community. The citizens of Cocos Malay initially brought as Captives to the Cocos Islands and as part of the harem of the English adventurer, Alexander Hare, at the beginning of the 19th century have retained a distinctive community. Explore the Cultural Tour of weaving mats, master Cocos Malay vocabulary and visit the museum. Every Wednesdays there will be community experiences. Consider scheduling the travel to coincide with the festivities of Hari Raysa Puasa, where you will be able to see the vibrant Jukong races and to take part in local festivals via the Kampong villages.

Enjoy Golfing

Golfing in Australia
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Either a golf beginner or a professional golfer, don’t miss out to visit the nearby Golf Course game of Scroungers. It is not simply a golf course – the Cocos Islands is the first golf resort on a global basis. See a plane leave or land when throwing balls around the 9-hole range. When flight is small, the views of the lagoon next to the Golf Course still remain spectacular. The only thing you have to do to play a game is to lose what you think about football. Scroungers is a squad activity that blends well with the native people.

Honeymoon in Cocos Island

Imagine enjoying your honeymoon on the white sand beaches on a tropical island with a beautiful background of sparkling sapphire water and lush coconut palms. A place away from home, without tension, without crowds, a place to enjoy the start of a new stage of your life. Breakaway from the routine, and explore Cocos Keeling Islands’ fabulous beaches. Select a completely uninhabited island on West Island or just a picture-perfect deserted beach. Watching the sunset over the lagoon while sipping champagne, you can relax and appreciate this special time to the full.

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Reasons outnumbered for you to kick-start your bookings to this beautiful paradise in Australia. I’m sure that you’ll have a delightful experience filled with adventure, luxury and tasteful experiences. We at Pickyourtrail make sure our best travel experience is put into crafting your itinerary. Also you can customise your itinerary online with the best of Cocos island. Start planning and Happy travelling! Don’t miss out to check the best honeymoon packages to Australia also, feel free to leave a Whatsapp inquiry for any queries!

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