Andaz Bali and Hyatt Regency Bali proudly announce the establishment of their latest sustainability initiative, dedicated to the preservation of local marine life, the Sea Turtle Village Conservation Program. Nestled in the heart of Bali’s coastal beauty, this innovative project is committed to safeguarding the precious sea turtles that inhabit the region’s shores. The Sea Turtle Village Conservation Program is run in collaboration with Sindu Dwarawati Turtle Conservation which is authorized by the Nature Conservation Agency of Bali Province.
The official inauguration of the Sea Turtle Village Conservation Program is set for November 15, 2023. The local community, guests and environmental enthusiasts are invited to join in celebrating this significant milestone. Both resorts look forward to collaborating with all those who share a passion for the protection of Bali’s sea turtles.
“The Sea Turtle Village Conservation Program is another great addition to our sustainability portfolio, as we extend our efforts to secure the future of these remarkable creatures. It will be a testament to our shared commitment to environmental conservation and the protection of Bali’s rich natural heritage,” says Hervé Mazella, the resort’s managing director. “This conservation program aims to ensure the safe incubation of turtle eggs and provide a nurturing environment for these incredible marine beings to thrive,” he added.
As part of their dedication to sustainability, the resorts will work closely with marine biologists, local NGOs, and government authorities to implement best practices in sea turtle conservation. These collaborative efforts aligns with our broader commitment to reduce our environmental footprint and contribute positively to the ecosystems that we operate in.
In addition to the Sea Turtle Village, Andaz Bali and Hyatt Regency Bali are implementing eco-friendly practices throughout each resort, including reduced single-use plastics, energy-efficient initiatives, and responsible waste management.