Tag: Cocos Island

Cocos International Crossing In Guam

The 22nd annual Cocos International Crossing will be held in Guam on May 27th. In the early morning hours, swimmers are ferried off the southern tip of the main island of Guam to Cocos Island, a beautiful uninhabited Pacific island. Located within the Merizo Barrier Reef, over 300 swimmers are expected to do a channel crossing of 3.52 kilometers from Cocos

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Where Sharks And Swimmers Co-Exist

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Discovery Channel's Shark Week describes ten places around the world where sharks can be readily seen and are always around. 1. Cocos Island in Costa Rica with loads of hammerheads and whitetip reef sharks. 2. Isla Mujeres in Mexico with pods of giant plankton-feeding whale sharks. 3. Great Barrier Reef

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