It’s always a busy time for the associates of Coco Collection!
Recently, they have been involved in several eco activities, and no matter the weather conditions, their enthusiasm and participation have always been remarkable.
At Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu, cheerful associates have been seen spotted patrolling the beaches and the shallow lagoon waters to collect any harmful marine debris.
Meanwhile at Coco Bodu Hithi, groups of associates and guests have been spotted near the Spa Beach and the walkway to the Water Villas. After carefully collecting naturally broken coral frames found in our lagoons, they are always glad to help me plant brand new coral nurseries.
Since more coral nurseries are planned to be placed throughout the lagoon in the near future, I expect our associates at Coco Bodu Hithi will be quite busy with marine activities, all the while becoming true coral experts!
On the special occasion of Eco Day, associates of Coco Privé Kuda Hithi were invited to join my interactive presentation to learn all about our Manta Ray and Sea Turtle Identification Projects. They had a blast identifying their “own” Mantas and Turtles!
Soon after that, they put on their snorkeling gear, getting busy cleaning the stunningly beautiful lagoon of Kuda Hithi Island. I’m sure the ocean inhabitants are very grateful because our associates managed to successfully remove a potentially dangerous ghost net from the reef. Luckily, no turtles or any other marine life was found entangled inside and right afterwards, net samples were collected for the Olive Ridley Project.
I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your co-operation – here’s to more days like these!