Pulu Keeling National Park

Untouched and inaccessible, Pulu Keeling National Park is a true jewel of island nature reserves.

The land belongs to the Cocos-Malay people, but the real rulers of North Keeling Island are the seabirds. Tens of thousands breed on this speck of sand and coral, including one of the most important booby colonies on earth.

Surrounded by reefs and a thriving marine ecosystem, Pulu Keeling National Park is difficult to get to but impossible to forget.

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