sustainable tourism

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Blue Marlin Dive, now in its 30th year of operation, has seen multiple small, remote locations becoming booming holiday destinations over the years. As a part of that development, we feel it is imperative to operate in a way that is sustainable and responsible towards the communities and environments around us . Over the years, issues facing the local community and environment have evolved but so has our growth as a business and thusly our ability to give back to the local ecosystem that supports us. Through deliberate action and education, we can help make a difference – one dive at a time.

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Blue Marlin’s Contributions to Sustainable Tourism

Conservation Chronicles

Become an Everyday Ocean Warrior

Here's Blue Marlin's Guide to simple actions that will help to turn you into an everyday ocean warrior.

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The BioRocks

What is a Bio Rock? Biorock technology has been invented by Professor Wolf Hilbertz and Doctor Thomas J. Goreau at the end of the 1970s. Biorock structures are made with crisscrossed metal stems [...]

Manta Matching in Komodo

Hear from Marine Megafauna Researcher Elitza Germanov about manta matching: why it's important and how you can help.

New Divemaster Leads The Fight Against Marine Debris

Steven Turnbull, Gili Trawangan’s newest Divemaster, took initiative on his last day in his temporary home of Gili Trawangan by organising a Beach Clean-Up and Dive Against Debris right on [...]

Manon Bares All for Gili’s Sharks

Dutch Divemaster, Manon Krijnen, a recent Blue Marlin graduate, recently showed true leadership in promoting awareness and raising funds for the Gili Shark Foundation. Manon, along with [...]