The most inspiring conservation and sustainability efforts at WRD properties.
Our properties are home to a range of inspiring sustainability and conservation efforts that put the welfare of local wildlife and habitats first. Here are our 5 favourite WRD animal experiences:
MALDIVES – Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu
In partnership with the Olive Ridley Project, Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu, is home to a Marine Turtle Rescue Centre and a resident Marine Biologist.
FIJI – Tokoriki Island Resort
Fiji’s most awarded adult-only luxury resort has partnered with the Ministry of Fisheries to establish the Tokoriki Island Resort Giant Clam Regeneration Project, which is committed to protecting and breeding Giant Clams – the largest living bivalve mollus and one of the most threatened and misunderstood clam species in the world.
FIJI – Toberua Island Resort
Toberua Island Resort has adopted a dive site and registered it with Project AWARE. The selected site is aptly named the “House Reef” and is home to some soft coral; numerous fish species, especially juvenile fish; several different types of sea cucumbers and four different varieties of starfish.
MALDIVES – Soneva Fushi
Soneva Fushi is home to an adorable colony of friendly rabbits that are protected and often spotted hopping throughout the resort grounds.
INDONESIA – Bawah Reserve
Located in the Anambas Islands, Bawah Reserve is a marine conservation haven where fishing is prohibited and local coral and marine life is protected. Guests can appreciate this local beauty first-hand through sustainable snorkelling and kayaking adventures.