World Reef Awareness Day on June 1st serves as a call to action for consumers, businesses, and organizations to reflect on the delicate ecosystem of our ocean’s coral reefs. The day brings together the general public, influencers, and opinion leaders to create active change through education and engagement.
Coral reefs are living communities of colonial organisms made of individual polyps that excrete a bone-like skeleton. This skeleton forms large rock-like structures that are homes for thousands of organisms.
The health of a reef tells us a lot about the health of an ocean. Many fish and ocean animals rely on the protection of the healthy, living reef for the spawning season. The reef also provides more than protection; it supplies a rich, thriving food chain, too. From plankton and algae to the largest sea creatures, the reef ecosystem is a significant life support system.
Be a Reef Ranger by doing underwater clean-up or a Volunteer Scubazorero. Discover Intro to Scuba Diving and your passion for Marine Life Conservation. Presently the volunteers are doing crown of thorns (COT) clean up. COT are the coral eaters. If we have no coral, there will be no reef where the fish will lay their eggs.
REGISTRATION Saturday Discover Scuba Diving (DSD)
DSD FEE P 2,999/pax including dive gears, tanks, dive lessons, divemasters, dive guides, RT Van, lunch, and resort facilities. This event is to check if you are comfortable cleaning underwater. Then you will be encouraged to take an Open Water Scuba Diving Course to be a Reef Ranger. Licensed Diver will get 2 dives option to do clean up.
Reservation Downpayment P 1000 / pax (First Come First Serve, guaranteed minimum departure 9 pax,)
Thank you, take care, stay safe, happy and healthy