Green Camp Expeditions to Sanur
During these sessions, we’ll jump into the environment with programs around various parts of Bali. Did you know there are complex ecosystems right at your doorstep in Bali? Are you ready to learn the mysteries of seagrass? Do you want to learn how to identify birds in their native habitats?
If your answer is YES then jump on board with Green Camp Expeditions!
There are 3 different sessions available for you to choose from! Morning (8.30-12.30), Afternoon (12.30-16.00) and Full-Day (morning + afternoon) sessions. Or join for more than 1 day if you don’t want the FUN and LEARNING to end!
Morning Session – Sanur Seagrass Survey
Families will meet us at the beach in Sanur to snorkel and explore the mysteries of the little known seagrass beds and discover the local marine flora and fauna, their ecology and why they’re important (i.e. chocolate chip sea stars, sea cucumbers, eels and the diversity of fish and seagrass species).
We’ll learn how to identify various marine species and the role they play in the seagrass ecosystem.
Afternoon Session – Mangrove Madness
After lunch we will transport 10minutes to the mangroves on the south end of Sanur for bird watching and learn the ecology of mangroves and what makes this habitat crucial as a fish nursery and buffer for storms and vulnerable coastlines.
We’ll learn how to identify various species of birds as well as the unique adaptations residents of the mangrove have evolved to survive in this unique ecosystem.
Due to the coronavirus we have decided to keep the camps small. However, we are able to provide a second session if there is enough interest. If one of the dates below shows “Not Available”, please fill in the following form to show your interest in this session. With enough interest, we will provide a second session for you to join.
Also, we are not able to provide you with lunch or snacks. You will need to provide your own lunch and snacks when attending this camp.
* Please note morning and afternoon sessions may change depending on the tide and weather conditions or government regulations regarding updates with coronavirus.