Shark Conservation In Indonesia

Why I Joined The Gili Shark Conservation Project – Twice!

I’ve been fortunate enough to travel around a lot of the world for both business and pleasure but rarely do I ever return to the same place. I figure there are so many new places to visit in the world, why would I ever return to somewhere? But this year ...
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A Full Guide to Shark Reproduction and Baby Sharks

Did you dive in the Gili Islands yet? Were you lucky enough to visit the baby sharks, or pups as they are technically called? The Gili Islands are unique for their shark nursery of whitetip reef sharks. This is one of the reasons why we started our project - to ...
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7 Ways to Pursue Your Dream of Getting a Job in Marine Conservation

Do you feel like you should have been born a mermaid/man? Are you one of those who cries (visible or not, we won’t judge) whenever you see wildlife suffering from human impact? Then we bet your dream job is marine conservation. Are we right? If so, you’ve probably already realized ...
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Coral Restoration: Our Research Trip to Nusa Lembongan

Coral Restoration Corals are not only pretty to look at! They are vital to marine life. Coral reefs also protect the shores from storms and tsunamis. They even prevent erosion of beaches. And it’s the only living organism that can be seen from outer space! Are you convinced that corals ...
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We encourage you to travel alone!

5 Secrets Of Traveling Alone

Are you tossing and turning at night because you can't decide whether a solo trip will be right for you? Traveling alone can be a rewarding journey if you know how to make the most of it. Still, we understand you might hesitate.Because it won’t always be easy. The secret ...
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How To Travel Zero Plastic

These days, we can’t help but hear about the plastic pollution issues facing every region of our beautiful planet. We are bombarded with the fact that changes need to be made. We need to be more conscious of how everyone should change a few of their daily habits to make ...
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Cover Blog 5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Do Conservation Work

5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Do Conservation Work

Five reasons why everybody should do marine conservation at least once in their life! Being part of a conservation project is a unique chance to grow yourself and make a difference in this world. Enrolling In Marine Conservation Conservation work. You may hear those two words put together here and ...
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The Results of Our Shark Conservation Work in 2018

We are incredible proud to share our results of 2018 with you! It was an awesome year full of incredible adventures. We grew as individuals, as a team, and as an organization & we can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store for us. We spent on average 2 ...
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What Gift To Buy For A SCUBA Diving Addict?

A SCUBA diving addict can be easily recognized as someone who daydreams about the sea most of the time. And who knows so much about marine life and random ocean facts. It’s also someone who will probably be so passionate about it that they will slowly but surely make you ...
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The Impact Of the Earthquake On The Coral Reefs Around The Gili Islands

When the earth shook As most of you know, on August 5th 2018, the earth shook in North Lombok, Indonesia. An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.9 on the Richter Scale caused major damage to the mainland and affecting the surrounding areas including our home, the Gili Islands. Following this, ...
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Leave nothing but footprints

5 Ways You Can Leave Nothing But Footprints On The Gilis

Traveling sometimes does not make it easy to be environmentally friendly - especially when the place you are traveling to are remote islands! Here are some easy ways that you can help the earth while traveling to the Gili Islands, but these tips apply for traveling anywhere! 1. Bring your own ...
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Scary Shark

What’s More Likely To Kill You Than A Shark?

As a scuba diver, how many times have you been asked the questions “Aren’t you scared of sharks?” or have been told “I’d never go scuba diving - what if there was a shark!”. These are things you’ve probably heard a million times over. And each time you probably have ...
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Our Plastic Free Paradise campaign: One year later!

Our Plastic Free Paradise campaign: One year later! If you visited the Gili islands over 2 years ago, you may have noticed that everywhere and everyone used to use plastic. No question asked, your purchase would be put in a plastic bag, your drink served in a plastic cup with ...
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5 reasons to join a beach clean up

5 Reasons You Should Join a Beach Clean Up

5 Reasons Why You Should Join a Beach Clean Up 1. Trash has a huge impact on our marine ecosystem At this point, you’re probably thinking that you have heard this before. But let me impress on you the scope of the problem. According to the NOAA, billions of pounds of ...
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The Importance of Marine Protected Areas

The importance of implementing Marine Protected Areas Did you know that Gili Islands are actually classed as a Marine Protected Area? Not many people are aware that the Gili Islands are actually classed as a Marine Protected Area called the Gili Matra Marine Park. Marine protected areas, commonly known as ...
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Why Sharks are Vital to our Ecosystem

Why are Sharks vital to our Marine Ecosystems? Without sharks there would be nothing. They are the most essential keystone species to many aquatic ecosystems. Whilst people think that sharks are “dangerous” and “scary” they only attack on average sixteen people per year, with only one in two years leading ...
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