28 Feb Center for Marine Conservation Welcomes Visitors from the Media and Tourism Sectors
We recently hosted our supporters Pak George Tahija and media partners, NOW! Bali and Bali Buddies, in an effort to actively promote our a ctivities to tourists, families and students, following the easing of government’s travel restrictions to the island.
We believe that the collaboration with the private and tourism sector can effectively support our vision and mission by actively promoting marine biodiversity conservation, coastal protection, and sustainable tourism and providing an integrated learning space dedicated to coral reef and ocean protection.
We also hosted our partners, NOW! Bali Magazine and Bali Buddies, both media that actively promotes Bali’s many tourist destination. During the visit, CTC introduced the Center for Marine Conservation and its program. They also had the time to try our Escape Room SOS Plastic Danger.
The Center for Marine Conservation provide a space for visitors to come and learn while making a memorable and rewarding stay in Bali. Not only learning and having fun, proceeds from fun learning activities will be used to support CTC’s conservation programs in Indonesia and across the Coral Triangle region. The partnership that we build with NOW! Bali and Bali Buddies aims to be able to help us reach a wider audience and inspire them to save our oceans.