In June, Alaya Dedaun Kuta helped replant mangrove trees at the Eco Wisata Bali mangrove conservation centre located at Bypass Ngurah Rai toll gate. The environmental preservation effort was part of the resort’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme and was attended by the staff and management teams from not just Alaya Dedaun Kuta but also its sister companies Tanaya Bed & Breakfast, Dala Spa and Tans Bakery and Pastry.
The event was opened with a few words from Alaya Dedaun Kuta’s Resident Manager Dewi Artini, as well as Kadek Agus Diana from Eco Wisata Bali. The event saw approximately 100 mangrove trees planted to help conserve the local ecosystem and its biological diversity. It is hoped that these trees will help protect the coastal area from erosion and alleviate the effects of high tides and tropical storms.
Alaya Dedaun Kuta
Jalan Raya Legian 123B, Kuta
Bali 80361, Indonesia