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How to apply for a mooring permit

…n you need in order to apply for a permit. Please read this page and understand it fully before applying for your permit. The British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT) is not a tourist destination. You may apply for a permit to moor in the Outer Islands of BIOT only where it is essential for your safe passage across the Indian Ocean, which we must be convinced of before granting you a permit. Access to Diego Garcia is only allowed for those on…

BIOT WWI Centenary Stamp Issue 11.11.18

…re and the further development of the aeroplane. New weapons required new countermeasures; steel helmets, gas masks and anti-aircraft guns. Yet it also saw progress in medicine – the development of plastic surgery, x-rays, blood transfusions, antiseptics and anaesthetics amongst others. Aeroplanes and tanks were not the only significant means of transport in a war that alternated between movement and static fighting. In spite of mechanisation,…

BIOT Plants Stamp Issue 02.05.18

…Guettarda speciosa (60p) – also known as Beach Gardenia Calophyllum inophyllum (£1) – also known as Takamaka Cordia subcordata (£1) – also known as Cordia Ipomoea pes- caprae (£2.50) – also known as Beach Morning Glory Scaevola taccada (featured on the first day cover) – also known as Scavvy You can buy these stamps and their First Day Covers online from the BIOT Post Office, or from the Stanley Gibbons stamp shop on the Strand in London:…

BIOT Corals Stamp Issue 05.09.17

…Indian Ocean Territory Administration is releasing a souvenir sheet of six stamps and a first day cover featuring several of the coral species found in the Territory. The species of BIOT coral featured in this issue are: Acropora cytherea (60p) Porites evermanni (£1.00) Turbinaria reniformis (£1.50) Ctenella chagius (£2.00) Fungia repanda (£2.50) Pocillopora damicornis (£3.00) Original coral photographs courtesy of Anne Sheppard. You can buy…

Turtle Stamp Issue Released 16.11.16

…the ocean basin. Initial results have been staggering, with some females that nested in BIOT travelling over 4,000km to mainland Africa to feed outside the breeding season. These findings show how academic and governmental collaborations across nations are needed to fully protect sea turtles. Together with the stamps we are releasing a tri-fold information leaflet about the biology of sea turtles in BIOT – BIOT Turtle Stamps Leaflet. You…

Tackling Plastic Pollution

…, as production of plastic dramatically increases year on year. The most common items of plastic pollution around the world are: plastic bottles, fishing gear, plastic bags, cigarette butts, plastic straws, plastic lids and food wrappers. But the problem goes deeper than these items: even washing your clothes causes plastic pollution as microscopic fibres from every wash end up in our oceans. In the British Indian Ocean Territory we see…

Rats and Reefs

…700s, arriving on ships, and have decimated island bird populations by attacking them as they nest (particularly ground-nesting birds), eating eggs and chicks. Rats have also impacted natural vegetation by eating native hardwood seeds and fruits on many of the islands. The Outer Islands of the Territory have had very few direct human influences in the last 50 years: they have exceptionally high reef-fish biomass and very low levels of water…

Current travel advice

…esignated High Risk Area or face the risk of being hijacked and held hostage for ransom: http://www.mschoa.org/on-shore/home Entry Requirements for Yachts Before travelling to the British Indian Ocean Territory, you will need a valid permit, which you must obtain from the British Indian Ocean Territory Administration. Please see the “how to apply for a mooring permit” page.      …

Fire Pits

…nd with no overhanging branches less than 10m from the fire; Fires must not be left unattended; They must be no larger than 1m diameter and built no more than 60cm high; You may only burn natural plant materials (no treated wood, plastic, or other man-made materials); You must ensure they are fully extinguished (can be touched by hand) prior to departure. Fire Pit 1 Island: Ile Boddam Coordinates: 5° 21.4’ S, 72° 12.4’E Description: 20m west of…

Planned Heritage Visits for Chagossians 2020/21

BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY HERITAGE VISITS FOR CHAGOSSIANS   The British Government announced in November 2016 a support package to fund projects to improve the livelihoods of Chagossians in the communities where they now live. This includes a significantly expanded programme of Heritage Visits to the British Indian Ocean Territory.   Since November 2017, 154 Chagossians have taken part in eight heritage visits. Each group spent…

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