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Bali: Underwater Wonders and Nature Conservation

  • 30 October 2023 02:39 AM
  • Eco Tourism Bali

Bali, with its marine biodiversity, is a stunning destination for nature enthusiasts and divers. Let’s continue to explore the beauty hidden beneath the island’s waters.

Marine Mammals:
Dolphins take the spotlight with their acrobatic displays. Dugongs, also known as “sea cows,” and whales like humpback and sperm whales, grace Bali’s waters too.

Marine Reptiles:
Green turtles, hawksbill turtles, and leatherback turtles are magnificent marine reptiles that engage visitors as they nest on the beaches. Protect them for sustainability.

Rays and Skates:
Elegant flat creatures, rays and skates, add charm to your swimming or diving experiences. They are peaceful animals that enhance the allure of the underwater world.

Bali is home to various shark species, including blacktip reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks, and nurse sharks. Observe them in their natural habitats, with respect and caution.

Finfish, comprising various fish species, are an integral part of Bali’s marine ecosystem. They serve as both predators and prey and provide a food source for humans.

Conservation and Biodiversity:
Through Eco Tourism Bali, accommodation providers can commit to marine biodiversity conservation with principles such as biodiversity awareness, protection of natural habitats, biodiversity conservation, monitoring of invasive species, use of native species for landscaping, regulation of visits to natural sites, management of interactions with wildlife, and support for animal welfare.

Bali invites us to preserve and respect the crucial marine wealth that is significant for the island’s ecosystem and culture. Responsible tourism is the key to enjoying this beauty while conserving it for future generations. Bali is an amazing destination for those who wish to experience the incredible wonders of the underwater world with their eyes, hearts, and souls.

Writer: Deska Yunita

Source: baliwildlife.com

Photo: detik.com