To stay at Alila Manggis is to embark on a memorable journey into the local culture for a total destination experience.
Coral Conservation Programme at Alila Manggis
Coral Reefs Under Threat
Coral reefs are in grave danger around the globe from threats such as global warming and overfishing: 11 percent of the world’s coral reefs have been lost with another 16 percent severely damaged during the 1998 El Niño event. Scientists predict that another 32 percent may be lost in the next thirty years if human threats are not reduced.
The destruction of coral reefs has severe consequences due to the many essential roles they play. Although they cover only two-tenths of one percent of the ocean floor, coral reefs are complex tropical ecosystems that rival the rainforests in terms of biodiversity. Constructed by living organisms, they are home to some of the most fascinating plants and animals in the world, and support nearly a quarter of all marine species. They protect the shoreline and coastal communities from damaging storms and tsunamis. They are also an invaluable resource, providing food and income to millions of people worldwide.
The Greenbank at Alila Manggis
Plastic waste being disposed at random onto the streets, into the streams, into the sea and bare unoccupied lands from households and the communities in general is a serious threat in Bali, one that can be corrected only through interactive sessions of training and guidance along with the promise to manage their collected waste systematically and long term. Such efforts aim to motivate the community through learning, and rewards for the little things that they may do to make a difference.
Silver Certification For Environmental Practices 2013-2015EarthCheck Certification
ASEAN Green Hotel Award 2010ASEAN Green Hotel Awards