Cocos Water Activities

Glass bottom boat moored at Prison IslandCocos is best described as a water lovers paradise. There aren’t too many places in the world where you can dive in clear waters with pristine coral gardens, fish in the lagoon or for the more adventurous, deep sea fish, snorkel over historical wrecks from WWII, visit remote islands in motorised canoes, island hop in a glass-bottom boat, surf a left-hand break, kite and wind surf.  The lagoon is exceptional for beginner and intermediate kite and wind surfers and those keen on slalom sailing. Even if you don’t actively participate in these sports, there is nothing more spectacular than seeing the the bottom end of the lagoon awash with colourful sails and kites.

Cocos Dive: Dive in a 5-star underwater environment with Cocos Dive. Cocos below is a diver’s and photographers paradise with pristine coral gardens, pelagics, dolphins, turtles, aquarium fish and of course, Kat the lone dugong.

Cocos Islands Adventure Tours: Explore the bottom end of the southern atoll lagoon during the high tides. Snacks and drinks are provided as well as a chance to explore seldomly visited islands such as Pulu Blan and South Island.

Cocos Fishing Charters: Explore the beautiful clear waters of the Cocos Islands aboard Ikan Laya. They offer fishing trips inside and outside the lagoon in comfort with experienced and friendly crew.

Zephyr Kite Tours: Organised clinics for kite sailing are conducted every year during winter. For more information regarding these activities contact Jenny at Zephyr Kite Tours regarding their clinics and tours.

2nd Wind: Jez Hammond conducts organised clinics for sail boarding every year during the winter months. For more information regarding these activities contact Jez regarding their clinics and tours.

Glass Bottom Boat Tours: Lagoon trips are easily organised with Geof once you are on island. He can tailor your day out to suit your family or group. Snorkel over historical relics from the early 1800’s to WWII, feed colourful butterfly fish and feed grey reef sharks.

Motorised canoes on the beach at Pulu BlanKite surfer enjoying the delights of the south east trade winds