New sanctuary to preserve turtle population

A young guest takes a picture of a hawksbill turtle at Mana Island Resort's new Volivoli Pond. Picture: REPEKA NASIKO

A NEW turtle sanctuary has been established at Mana Island Resort and Spa in an effort to preserve the turtle population in the Mamanuca Group. Dubbed the Volivoli Pond, the sanctuary consists of breeding bonds for hawksbill turtles and different varieties of clams and lobsters. Chief guest at the event, resort owner Osamu Ide said […]

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