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Ecologically responsible tourism

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Published on 08/01/06 - Updated on 17/03/22

Candidasa, one of the most beautiful bays in Bali, did not succeed in staving off overexploitation. The coral reef was used to make cement and build homes. Unprotected, the beaches saw their sand carried off by the tide.

To palliate the problem, authorities created artificial barriers out of cement and the sand is returning little by little. But the beaches are now narrow and the cement jetties disfigure the landscape. Candidasa’s history may be found in many tourist guides. According to Rachel Dodds, consultant in...

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