Biorock Pemuteran, Bali

About Biorock Pemuteran, Bali

Biorock Pemuteran, Bali - Address

Address: Jl. Seririt - Gilimanuk, Ds. Pemuteran, Gerokgak, Pemuteran, Gerokgak, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81155, Indonesia

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Water Body, Family And Kids, Nature, Snorkeling

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The deterioration of coastal coral reef was widely recognized by environmental activists as one of the biggest problems of Indonesia. That is why this is also the location of one of the world's biggest coral restoration projects, using a method known as electrical mineral accretion. The Biorock Project in Pemuteran was started in the year 2000 and since then it has become wildly successful, with fast-growing coral, a thriving marine ecosystem, and a huge tourism boost. Visitors diving and snorkeling in the waters around here are often inspired to donate money so that new metallic structures for the coral ecosystems can be created. The restoration project is located directly in front of Adi Assri hotel and can be easily accessed from the beach over there. It's really easy to check out as the water is barely 15 meters deep. If you don't want to pay anything, you can just snorkel and check it out. You can also go diving with an outfit for a small fee. 

How To reach Biorock Pemuteran by Public Transport

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  • Always heartening to see projects that encourage conservation and that promote awareness of our planet. The corals are still young and the number of fish relatively little, but it is a great beach for young children to learn snorkeling

  • Its about our spirit for sea conservation. Nice staff. Helpful.

  • Nice to see but not the most spectacular place to snorkel of course. However it's a good thing plus: it's for free if you bring your own snorkeling set.

  • Maybe in several years it will be great. But now corals are too young and you can find not so many fishes around.

  • Familiale. Calme. Confortable

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