Bali’s Mangrove Information Centre is a tranquil haven off the beaten track, away from the tourist-crowded beaches that Bali is famous for. As you journey around this natural park - home to 18 species of true mangroves and 15 species of mangrove associates - there are endless photographic opportunities of stunning aerial roots, and perhaps even squirrels and monkeys. Stroll along the elevated boardwalks and aerial towers as you take in this hidden side of Bali, and learn more about the rich ecosystem this tropical habitat has to offer.
In this Learning Experience (LE), students will learn about the importance of managing forests as valuable natural resources, and how human activities might impact natural ecosystems. This LE is suitable for students lower secondary and above.