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:
Turtles at 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.
Giant clams at 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.
Adopted Dive Site at 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.
Marine life at Bawah
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.
Bunnies at Soneva
Soneva Fushi is home to an adorable colony of friendly rabbits that are protected and often spotted hopping throughout the resort grounds.