Documentation of the public snorkeling tour in the Gili Islands

By: Cemos and Coral Voice

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  • The snorkeling organizer is not responsible for the loss or damage of participants’ photography or video equipment during the snorkeling activity.

  • Participants are responsible for the safety and availability of their own photography or video equipment during the snorkeling activity.

  • The snorkeling organizer has the right to use and publish photos or videos taken during the snorkeling activity as part of marketing or promotional efforts.

  • The snorkeling organizer has the right to delete photos or videos taken during the snorkeling activity every week without prior notice due to limited Google Drive storage.

  • Participants agree that the snorkeling organizer is not liable for the loss or damage of photos or videos that have been deleted.

  • Participants agree to grant the snorkeling organizer the right to use their photos or videos on the condition that this right is limited only to marketing or promotional activities.

  • The organizer is not responsible for issues related to bookings and ticket purchases made outside of official counters or official online accounts (Website, Google Maps, and official social media accounts of Cemos and Coral Voice).

  • Participants agree that their participation in the snorkeling activity signifies their acceptance of all the terms and conditions set by the snorkeling organizer.

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Cemos and Coral Voice participate in preserving and protecting the sustainability of the underwater ecosystem of the three Gili islands.

Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air are home to marine life with natural beauty and are premier underwater tourist destinations in Lombok. These three Gili islands are habitats for turtles, colorful fish, and vibrant coral reefs. The coral reefs not only attract tourists but also provide a home for diverse and stunning marine species. In these three Gili islands, tourists can easily swim alongside turtles and other ornamental fish, while enjoying the vibrant colors of the coral reefs.

As one of the institutions responsible for the preservation of the underwater environment in Gili Trawangan, Cemos and Coral Voice actively participate in safeguarding the underwater ecosystems of Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air. We provide education to businesses, especially those directly involved in underwater activities. Some concrete steps we take include:

  1. Providing guidance to boat crews to avoid anchoring on coral reefs, which could lead to damage.
  2. Educating snorkeling trip participants not to disturb the natural marine ecosystem on the three Gili islands. This includes refraining from touching or holding marine life such as fish or turtles, refraining from feeding them with items like bread that can disrupt the natural ecosystem, and not disposing of any type of trash into the sea.
  3. Participating in coral planting initiatives, which create natural habitats for marine life on the three Gili islands.
  4. Actively engaging as members of the Gili Trawangan underwater enthusiasts community that consistently advocates for the importance of preserving the natural environment of Gili Trawangan and other Gili islands.

The struggle of turtles to maintain their population.

Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno are among the few waters in Indonesia that are still populated by turtles. Turtles are a protected species due to their declining population. As a rare marine animal, turtles are endangered and listed in the IUCN Red List and CITES Appendix I. In an effort to protect turtles from extinction, the Indonesian government issued Government Regulation No. 7 of 1999 concerning the Conservation of Protected Plant and Animal Species.

If you realize, the greatest threat to the survival of turtles still comes from human behavior. People often exploit turtle eggs, consume their meat, and trade these creatures. Furthermore, littering the ocean and building protective walls on the beaches where turtles lay their eggs can disrupt their lives.

However, there are also natural threats in the turtles’ lives that come from the food chain cycle in the ecosystem, such as monitor lizards and crabs that frequently consume turtle eggs and hatchlings on the beach. Additionally, when in the sea, young turtles also have to contend with groupers and sharks, their main predators. It’s no wonder that out of hundreds of turtle eggs, only a couple might survive these threats to adulthood.

In order to safeguard the survival of turtles, we must understand the importance of conservation and efforts to preserve this species. Various actions can be taken, such as refraining from using turtle eggs and meat, avoiding littering the ocean, and not engaging in activities on nesting beaches. Through sustained conservation efforts, we can help preserve the lives of turtles and appreciate the presence of this rare species in nature. In Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno, in particular, you can witness turtle conservation sites dedicated to preserving their existence.

Let’s be a part of their survival so that we can forever enjoy the beauty of the underwater world in Gili!

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