Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean is often referred to as Australia's Galapagos.
It is a natural wonderland with dry woodlands, wet forests, waterfalls, blow holes, caves and grottos.
It is home to many species of birds: different boobies, the Goshawk, Frigates, Golden Boson and others.
Also home to the world famous red crab, whose annual migration of 50 million landcrabs has been named by Sir David Attenborough as one of the world's top ten natural wonders.
The deep waters surrounding Christmas Island are teeming with tropical reef fish, the pelagic visitors include Manta Rays, many sharks species including the Whale Shark and Hammerhead shark.
Activities available include: walking through forest, kayaking on the water and snorkelling and diving in the cove and at the drop-off.