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  • Bali Street Kids Project

    Bali, Indonesia
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    The Bali Street Kids Project is a not-for-profit organisation caring for Bali street kids since 2007. They provide a home, education and care for vulnerable children in and around Denpasar. The organisation supports themselves by selling handicrafts, dolls and greeting cards in their local shop which you can visit and purchase goods to help fund this wonderful cause.
  • Ecolodge Bukit Lawang

    North Sumatra, Indonesia
    Categories: ecotourism, hotel/guesthouse
    Staying in the Ecolodge Bukit Lawang is not only a unique ex­perience but also a personal statement in support of sustainable tourism and it's among the only ways you should stay in this corner of the jungle. The Ecolodge gives you access to all the beautiful nature while ensuring visitors limit their impact on the delicate ecosystem and biodiversity while ensuring the survival of the native orangutans.
  • Misool Eco Resort

    Raja Ampat, Indonesia
    Categories: ecotourism, hotel/guesthouse, dive center
    The core idea behind this Eco Resort was always conservation work, and the resort became a vehicle to fund the needed reef conservation in the area.
  • Turtle Conservation And Education Center

    Bali, Indonesia
    Categories: animal sanctuary
    The Turtle Conservation And Education Center was founded to help protect turtles around Bali. The centre does so by hosting injured animals, collecting nests from tourist beaches and buying eggs from locals ( preventing them from being consumed). Eggs are bred at the center and the hatchlings are raised for about one month and then released into the wild. The center harnesses the potential education, tourism, conservation and research of turtles with a liberal sprinkling of business to give endangered turtles one more chance on Serangan. TCEC is supported by WWF, Governor Bali, the mayor of Denpasar, municipality authorities, the Provincial Nature Resource Conservation Agency and the local community. As the center is run by volunteers, tourist donations go a long way to helping keep the operations running. If you visit from July - Oct you may also get the chance to watch the turtles being released into the ocean.
  • Wild Sumatra

    Central Sumatra, Indonesia
    Categories: trekking, ecotourism, tour operator
    Wild Sumatra works solely with forest-edge communities in and around the Kerinci Seblat National Park, supporting ecotourism development with the dual goals of providing sustainable income for rural villages and the preservation of the rainforest. Jungle treks are very simple small-group, low-impact hiking and camping expeditions, and cultural tours bring guests up close and personal with local farmers, fisherman, and other locals throughout the Kerinci valley.