Learning Journey to Coral Triangle Center, Bali 8 – 12 Aug 2017
Without a sustainable approach, our future is at risk.
Not just the future of our businesses but we also risk the livelihoods of generations yet to come.
Join us on a Learning Journey to Bali with the Coral Triangle Center for a unique opportunity to explore Nusa Penida, in the southeastern part of Bali Island and learn about marine conservation and sustainable management of the region’s marine resources.
Led by FBN Asia members – Next Gen cousins Avinash Aswani and Rohit Nanwani from Singapore; together with Mr George Tahija from Indonesia – also Founder and Chairman of the Coral Triangle Center (CTC), this journey will offer a deep exploration into the benefits of a sustainable approach:
the responsible use of capital as a powerful force for good
how corporate stewardship comes with corporate advantage
how businesses that achieve great things deliver greater financial results; although the issues we face are more pressing than immediate financial return
As part of this learning journey, we share in CTC’s mission to inspire the commitment and share the knowledge and skills needed by leaders and communities to effectively care for the most diverse reefs on earth for the benefit of the community. We also partake in a remarkable experience of snorkeling over pristine corals and beautiful schools of vibrantly colored fish; meeting local communities and learning about sustainable seaweed farming and mangrove rehabilitation. Additionally, we dive into the joy of being a young learner with Alam Atelier, of ISMILE Family of Schools, partnered with FBN Asia members Aswani / Nanwani family.
8 August, Tuesday
Own arrival to Bali, Indonesia
9 August, Wednesday
10:00am Hotel departure to Canggu
3:00pm Arrival and welcome at Alam Atelier
Introduction of Alam Atelier and the ISMILE Family of Schools
Tour of school premises
Engagement in the learning invitations in various ateliers and outdoor classroom
Snorkeling / Coral Transplantation activity included
Optional diving (additional US$100) possible
5:00pm Field trip concludes
11 August, Friday
9:00am Arrival & Welcome by George Tahija to a Day of Learning with Coral Triangle Center
Evening Dinner for the Launch of Coral Triangle Center for Marine Conservation
12 August, Saturday
Learning Journey concludes
Own departure from Bali
*Programme is subject to change.
RATES FOR FULL PACKAGE
US$1,280 /person (Double Occupancy)
US$1,800 /person (Double Occupancy)
Add US$300 for SINGLE OCCUPANCY
RATES ARE INCLUSIVE OF:
Four nights’ accommodation with breakfast at Maya Sanur Resort & Spa, inclusive of 21% government tax & service charge
All programme & activities from 9 to 11 August
Lunches and dinners from 9 to 11 August
Ground transportation during Learning Journey programme
Friends of CTC annual membership valued at US$150
Flights & airport transfers
Additional US$100 (payable to CTC) for optional dive instead of snorkel at Nusa Penida on 10 August
RATES WITHOUT ACCOMMODATION
RATES ARE INCLUSIVE OF:
All items listed in the Full Package except for accommodation (4 nights) and transportation (10 & 11 August). Transportation is provided on 9 August, with the official hotel as its point of origin and final destination.
*Minimum 10 participants required for this Learning Journey
**Rates with accommodation valid till 9 June 2017
To facilitate all logistic arrangements and to secure accommodation at the current rate, the last day for registration is 9 June 2017. Please also note that the minimum capacity for this Learning Journey is 10 to go. Full Package rates are subject to availability and price changes after 9 June 2017.
About Coral Triangle Center
Dive with us into Bali, Indonesia – the heart of the world’s epicenter of marine biodiversity, the Coral Triangle. This learning journey, co-organised with the Coral Triangle Center, will begin with a visit to the Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area, famous for its white sandy beaches, healthy coral reef ecosystems and charismatic marine animals such as manta rays and ocean sunfish (mola). It will be followed by a sustainability seminar and capped by the launch of the CTC Center for Marine Conservation in Sanur, Bali.
About Alam Atelier School
Alam Atelier School was born out of the yearning to extend learning outside the classroom and connect the learner with the natural environment. They aim for the school experience to be filled with joy, creative explorations, purposeful play, and full of wonder, where children and families are encouraged to investigate, discover the world and the community they live in.