Coral Reef


Coral reefs are some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Because of the diversity of life found in the habitats created by corals, reefs are often called the “rainforests of the sea”.

Coral reefs are large underwater structures composed of the skeletons of colonial marine invertebrates called coral. Each individual coral is referred to as a polyp . As the centuries pass, the coral reef gradually grows, one tiny exoskeleton at a time, until they become massive features of the marine environment .


Home to 33% of all known fish species despite occupying only 0.1% of the ocean

Nursery ground for over 25% of all marine species

Food — source for 10s of millions of people

Tourism and recreation — white sand beaches and islands derived from coral reefs

Income — BAPPENAS estimated the value of coral reefs in Indonesia is $2.4 million per year

Protect more than 50,000 km of Indonesia’s coastlines from wave erosion

BUT, It is Now on The Brink of Extinction…

Globally, we have lost more than 50% of coral reefs, and Indonesia is one of the countries that is affected the most.

Overfishing industrial fishing had reduced the
number of large ocean fish to just 10% compared to pre-industrial.

Habitat destruction — The use of dynamite and
in fishing has devastating long-term effect.

Sedimentation — Coastal development and trees
removal have increased sediment run-off to the
ocean which is unfavorable to coral reef.

Pollution — Plastic and other debris that enter the ocean has a negative impact to reefs and its
associated organism.

Global warming — When the sea temperature is too high, they react by expelling this algae, leaving its white skeleton behind. This is known as ‘coral bleaching’. Some corals can feed themselves, but without the zooxanthellae most corals starve.


Considering the current trends therefore the objective of the project is to restore damaged reefs at several villages in Lombok that rely on coral reefs for their livelihood through fisheries and tourism. This is where your part comes!


IDR 299,000

In this program, you can adopt one coral spider for yourself for only IDR 299K per coral web. We will tag your name personally on your own coral web. Besides, You will also get monthly report of your coral growth.


IDR 549,000

Need something as mark of your everlasting friendship? Your group will adopt two coral spiders with only IDR 549K. We will tag your group’s name on your coral spider and you will get monthly report of your coral growth.


IDR 699,000

Just adopting sounds dull,doesn’t it? you can have new experience by planting your own coral spider with only IDR 699K including dive trip and one coral web. It sounds amazing, right? However, this program is limited. Let’s go diving and plant some corals!