In 1805, a trader from Scotland, John Clunies-Ross, arrived on the island and dug wells and planted palm trees. And his descendants still live on the island to this day.
Cocos is Paradise Island where else could you walk along an isolated sandy beach, snorkel in the shallows or dive on the reefs, meet the locals, learn there culture and see there crafts, learn from the history of the island and the Clunes Ross Family or relax on your veranda at sunset and listen to the waves breaking. Cocos has it all
The norm for Cocos accommodation is the self-contained bungalow or home. These are an example and by no means the full list of accommodation we have available for you.
There are so many things to do on Cocos we cant list them all but here are some......