The eco-tourism and conservation projects gained headway with the purchase of Pebane Beach Lodge, the closest land base to the island. More recently, The Monarch and Loggerhead Villa became further extensions of Fire Island Conservation, along with several community projects in Mozambique. We understand that rising socio-economic issues can lead to poaching and harvesting of marine life, however, by empowering locals and providing income opportunities, we are enabling communities to better provide for their families. We continue to strive towards our dream of living sustainably and in harmony with nature.
Read more about Fire Island Conservation here.