Bali is located in the Coral Triangle, the epicentre of the world’s biodiversity. We have the opportunity to share the amazing sights of coral reefs, tropical fish, dolphins, mangroves, Sea Grasses and Sea Turtles. We provide education about the incredible marine life found in the waters of Bali and help more people become aware of the threats of the modern world to their future existence. Additionally, to demonstrate our commitment, we allocate $1 per adventurer, per activity, to conservation programs.
With this in mind, we created this special eco tour trip to visit the beautiful Nusa Lembongan. It is a tropical island located just 20 km off the southeast coast of mainland Bali in the pristine waters of the Badung Strait.
It is referred to as the Bali of 20 years ago as it surrounds and retains the charm of traditional Balinese village life. Lembongan is surrounded by coral reefs swarming with amazingly colourful tropical fish, white sandy beaches and low limestone cliffs. On the north of the island, there are incredible mangrove forests.
We will meet at our headquarters in the morning to head out across the Badung Strait. You will see three islands in the distance, with the Bali coastline on your left. The impressive Gunung Agung Mountain stands out above the landscape.
Our first stop will be on the water for a chance to do some snorkelling. We will then go see the seaweed farming before stopping in a beautiful bay for lunch at a local cafe.
After lunch, relax in a traditional boat as we tour the Mangrove Forest before the afternoon cruise back to Bali.