Christmas Island Flights Guide
Christmas Island sits in the Indian Ocean south of Indonesia away from Australia's mainland. This exotic island is famous for the red crab migration occurring in the wet seasons of November and December. Dolly, Lily, Greta and Ethel aren't ladies but beautiful beaches the island is known for. Keep an eye out for year round cultural events or head try your hand at birdwatching to see some of the island's spectacular seabirds.
Flights to Coco Island and Perth are scheduled twice weekly while flights to Singapore are also accessible. Renting a 4WD vehicle is recommended to easily get around the island but many sights are accessible by bike.
Christmas Island has a tropical climate with moderate temperatures falling between 26 and 29 degrees celsius. The temperature usually remains stable year round with a rainy season between November and June.With pretty stable temperatures, Christmas Island is a destination that can be visited year round. Though if you want to catch special events like the crab migration or the Bird n' Nature Week try to plan your travels towards the months between September and November.