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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 Cocos (K) 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.

Required Documents to Apply
  • A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.

  • A credit/debit card or a PayPal account.

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 Cocos (K) Island must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

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Traditionally known as either Cocos Islands, or the Keeling Islands, this fantastic holiday destination is located halfway between Australia and Sri Lanka. Here you can find the kind of tropical island experiences you never thought imaginable thanks to the clear blue waters that surround them and the exotic birds and animals that call this region their home. Apply for your Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration now at iVisa.com. We offer a fantastic service which has been designed specifically to simplify the Health Declaration process. An added benefit that our customers love to make the most of is the round the clock support offered by our expert team when you apply for the Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration at iVisa.com. Only two of the 27 islands here are inhabited, which means that you really can lie on a remote beach without any residents nearby on 25 opportunities. Home Island is mainly limited to residents only housing, while West Island is where you can find all the tourist accommodation, attractions, shops and services that you need to have an unforgettable vacation including car hire and a supermarket to stock up on supplies.

Divers will be in their element on a vacation to this place. There are breathtakingly colourful coral reefs surrounding the whole area and countless dive schools and centres where you can hire equipment, learn how to dive correctly and join a tour of some of the best spots. Keep an eye out for turtles swimming past as they’re commonly seen in Cocos (K) Island. Divers return here again and again to explore the underwater world and enjoy the crystal blue sea. If diving isn’t up your alley, why not take the time to go snorkelling or kitesurfing, as watersports are a popular pastime here and you will find a host of great teachers who will help you master these new hobbies.

Home Island is a fantastic place to learn more about the Cocos Malay people who call it home. They were originally believed to have been brought here as slaves and harem members by the 19th century English explorer Alexander Hare, but have retained their own unique cultural identity over the years. Wednesday is the best day to plan a visit as cultural tours take place and you will have the chance to see the craft of basket weaving that they have perfected over the years, and can even learn some of the local language and discover even more in the museum. If you visit during the Hari Raya Puasa celebrations which marks the end of Ramandan for Muslim people. During this festival, there are traditional parades through the villages before a shared feast as well as colourful boat races to mark the event. Your eyes will be opened by the stories told by local people and you will be able to gain a valuable insight into their way of life and how they have adapted to such a beautiful and dramatic place. It’s amazing to be able to learn about the indigenous people’s lives as it can add an element of depth to your experience on vacation.

If you enjoy being on the water and have already spent the afternoon participating in sea activities, perhaps you would enjoy booking a canoe safari. On this 4-5 hour tour, you will head out to the southern islands with the assistance of a guide. The departure time will depend on the tide, so look into this as soon as you arrive to make the most of your visit. The local guide can tell you all about the history of the islands as well as pointing out hot spots where you’re likely to see more tropical fish and maybe even dolphins.

Cocos (K) Island is considered to be the home of Australia’s few remaining unblemished beaches. Make a beeline for Direction Island’s Cossie beach if you want to see what that looks like. This award-winning site is a fantastic spot for camping and you can even find wifi and eco-toilets, although you’ll need to bring your own eating and drinking supplies as there is no running water or electricity. If you want to use the ferry to get there, plan your stay between Thursday and Saturday as that’s when it runs. More likely than not, you’ll see a number of yachts lined up nearby as sailors flock to the beach. Another fascinating island to include on your list is Prison Island, which was once used as a jail by the islanders and is now, like most of then, uninhabited apart from the wildlife and nature that has taken over them. Open the Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration on the iVisa.com website and begin the three simple steps to get yours now. First, fill in the relevant sections on the Health Declaration with your personal data. Then, check it over and decide which processing option suits you best. You will receive your Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration fastest with Super Rush processing. If you’re trying to keep your holiday budget down then we recommend that you avail of Standard processing as it has the lowest price tag. Once you’ve paid the fee, which covers the cost of the Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration and our processing costs, you can submit the application to us. A professional team will take a careful look at your Health Declaration before deciding whether it is suitable to be forwarded on to the relevant authorities. If we need to speak to you about the Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration, we will do so by email or phone call. On the other hand, if we can confirm that everything is in order then all you need to do is wait for your Cocos (K) Island Health Declaration to drop into your inbox. Make the most of all the time you’ve saved applying with iVisa.com by using these free hours to decide that you’re going to pack, which beaches you’re going to visit first and how you’re going to record all these wonderful memories on Cocos Island.