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Get Your Health Declaration Form for Christmas Island Now

Learn More: Christmas Island Health Declaration

Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Christmas Island. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

Important Instructions

  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Christmas Island must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re planning a trip to Christmas Island, often known as the Indian Ocean Galapagos, you can look forward to an unforgettable vacation in a place that effectively unites its 2000-strong blend of Muslim, Taoist, Christian, Buddhist residents. One of the benefits of this melting pot culture is a diverse range of restaurant and culinary offerings. The Malay Club is a superb place to start off your day with a traditional breakfast of chicken rice or noodles washed down with a local delicacy called teh tarik (tea with condensed milk). For lunch, book a table at the Chinese Literary Association where you can find Asian dishes, and make a beeline to Rumah Tinggi Bar and Grill for sunset cocktails and tapas offerings with spectacular sea views. Closer to Indonesia than mainland Australia, Christmas Island is a long trek for even the most seasoned travelers, but its native Malay mosques and shrines will stay in your memories forever. Relax and look forward to a smooth landing in the airport when you have the Christmas Island Health Declaration already in your hands. Round-the-clock support is available at iVisa.com to ensure that your Christmas Island Health Declaration process is easy and fast.

Fill in the Christmas Island Health Declaration on the website with a smartphone or laptop and make the most of your comfortable sofa as a travel planning tool. We have a team of visa professionals working in the background to ensure that your Christmas Island Health Declaration will be authorized without delay. You can also reach out to them if you want to go over any of the wording of the questions, or if you have concerns about applying for your Christmas Island Health Declaration at iVisa.com.

Christmas Island was formed from a volcano rock that rose from the sea bed over 60 million years ago. It was named by Captain William Mynors on Christmas day in 1643 when he arrived there on an East India Company vessel. The British went on to annex the island when rich natural phosphate deposits were discovered there centuries later and workers from neighboring countries were drafted in to assist with production over subsequent years. They all contributed to the vibrant, melting pot community that today makes Christmas Island such a wonderful, welcoming place to enjoy a visit.

If you’re hoping to lay your eyes on an unforgettable sight then you’re in the right place for it here. What many people have only ever seen on television, the red crab migration is worth the journey alone. If you time your visit right, you can see thousands of the island’s 45 million red crab inhabitants march down from the jungle to mate on the beach. Make sure you plan your visit for the start of the rainy season, as late October and November are the key months to catch this amazing experience. Luckily, there isn’t a great deal of traffic on the island as the flaming red crabs have to crossroads to get to their target destination. The locals are well aware of the phenomenon and go out of the way to help the crabs on their way by pulling over their cars and using brooms to move them along. While some roads are closed for the duration of the migration, others are supplied with special overpasses that are constructed each year to provide a safe access point for the crabs. The other great time of the year to see this spectacle is in February when the crab eggs that were dropped into the water months prior finally hatch and millions of newly born baby crabs start the trek back up to the jungle. They cover the streets in a moving red blanket, and the residents hurry to seal any gaps beneath their doors.

Outside of these key months, you will still have lots of opportunities to see the 20 species of land crabs that grace the island. The coconut crab is the biggest of them all, and tourists are recommended to keep a close eye on their expensive cameras or technology as these crabs could easily carry them off. Like magpies of the beach, they are attracted to anything shiny.

Nature’s spa is free on Christmas Island. Forget about costly mud treatments and get yourself down to Hugh’s Dale waterfall for a breathtaking shower that will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. The blowholes are a fantastic place to cool off after a long trek in the rainforest, or head to the natural infinity pools and crystal blue waters of the Grotto.

The beaches of Easter Island are unparalleled anywhere else in the world. Dolly Beach was once voted the seventh best beach in Australia and when you rest your eyes on it you will see why. A picturesque 1.2 mile boardwalk is completed by a paradise island setting with turquoise water, white sand and swinging palm trees. Lily Beach boasts a tidal rock pool for keen swimmers and Ethel Beach is a fine place to view fossils and look for shells along with the fabulous blowholes.

Once you’ve entered your details on the Christmas Island Health Declaration application form at iVisa.com, you should check for typos before proceeding to the payment page. On our website, you can pay for the Health Declaration with Paypal or a credit or debit card. We offer three different processing choices- Standard, Rush and Super Rush, which means that even emergency getaways can be catered for. Once you’ve paid our reasonable fee, you can send us the Christmas Island Health Declaration to undergo an expert review. Stay close to your phone or email account at this time, as well we will contact you if we need to discuss any aspects of your Health Declaration. If it all looks ready to be signed off, we will submit the document to the relevant authorities and send you the finished product by email. All you have to do is print it out and show it to the health officials at the airport. Enjoy a wonderful vacation on Christmas Island.

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