Cleaning up to keep the diving dream!

Thursday, July 17th, 2014 @ 09:45 Camps International, Conservation, News

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Actually, cleaning up the environment of marine debris is part of our diving dream; to selflessly volunteer our efforts towards environmental preservation.

With the amazing help from our Camps International adventure group, the beach clean took no time at all and the shoreline of Gaya Island is its beautiful and natural self again!

As a gesture of raising public awareness, some of our young adventurers’ are students of UK-based Princethorpe College. Their friends and family, and generally everyone, will note the representation of education and teamwork, of which are crucial to successfully protecting our marine environment!

It’s wonderful how the students’ perspective on the subject of nature conservation is an effect of their scuba diving experience on the PADI Open Water Diver course! In the last few days, the appreciation for the tropical coral reefs of Tunku Abdul Rahman Park have inspired positive actions!

Contact our Head Office to arrange a program to explore Borneo as well as make a difference to preserve the natural beauty found in exotic and tropical Sabah!

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