REEFSCAPERS are a team of marine biologists and consultants, working with resorts to restore coral reefs in the Maldives. We use coral frames to enhance the diversity of the natural reef and raise awareness about the underwater world.

 

You can help us to protect the ocean by adopting a coral fragment or sponsoring a coral frame.

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Rescued Turtle Patients

Turtles Identified in our Database

Marine Biologists in the Maldives

Coral Frames in the Water

Monitoring Photographs

Transplanted Coral Fragments

Coral Reef Restoration

Reefscapers has been involved in coral reef restoration projects in the Maldives since 2005, with our pioneering coral frame techniques that rank among the most successful marine conservation programmes in the world.

Targeted primarily at island-based resorts to improve the general health of the natural coral reefs, Reefscapers offers the most advanced coral propagation programme with long-term monitoring, maintenance and support. When guests adopt a coral reef, they will be emailed when new photographs of their growing frame can be viewed on our website.

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Resort Marine Centres

Reefscapers recruited the first resort marine biologists in the Maldives back in 2008, implementing long-term marine conservation projects to increase guest awareness and to improve the island’s natural environment.

Our programs range from marine excursions & reef rejuvenation, to the creation & management of marine education centres. We established the first sea turtle rescue and rehabilitation centre in the Maldives in 2011, and have successfully treated and re-released 200+ rescue turtles over 10 years.

Read more about our consultancy projects, and how we can assist you with marine conservation and coastal management.

Promo video screened at COP18 (2012) in Doha

Reefscapers is proud to have been featured by various media outlets and organisations over the years (click for articles & video).

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