Indian Ocean Diving Academy

Name
Marc
Location:
The Barracks,
Christmas Island, WA, Australia
Contact:
08 9164 8090
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

Indian Ocean Diving Academy

Diving in really small groups on abysmal drop-offs, through fantastic coral gardens and in fairy-tale like caves. 2 worlds - 1 destination. Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) Islands form Australia's most remote dive destination. The Indian Ocean Teritories. Dive where few have dived before. Christmas Island offers average temperatures around 28 degrees for most of the year, crystal clear visibility to 50 meters and the chance to see Whalesharks and other large pelages, spectacular coral growth and even the amazing coral spawning amongst a vast array of colorful tropical fish.

Affiliation:

PADI

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The Underwater Geography varies from coral gardens to sandy strips with garden eels to many unexplored limestone caves all surrounded by the magnificently steep drop-offs that you would expect from an island on the edge of the Java Trench.

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Articles

Goodbye Cocos. Hello Christmas Island! Goodbye Cocos. Hello Christmas Island!
We waved goodbye to the crew from Cocos (Keeling) Islands until our arms hurt. We were a bit sad to leave everybody behind, but also excited about what was going to come. After only an hour the plane started to descend again and we could see Christmas Island. It was very clear straight away that Christmas Island is geologically very different from the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.
Christmas Island�s First Underwater Digital Shootout Christmas Island�s First Underwater Digital Shootout
It is a fact that Christmas Island has some of the best diving in the world, with warm waters, healthy corals, abundant marine life and forever vis � just ask a local! So for a bit of fun and a chance to show off the underwater world a digital shootout was organised as part of Territory Week.
Name
Marc
Location:
The Barracks,
Christmas Island, WA, Australia
Contact:
08 9164 8090
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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