Sustainability is paramount in our conservation efforts, with a significant emphasis on educating the public, particularly the next generation, about marine environmental challenges and the threats faced by endangered sea turtles.

Tailoring presentations to diverse audiences of all ages, from pre-school children to adults, we offer customizable sessions in either Japanese or English, ranging from 30 to 120 minutes. These sessions may include slideshows, videos, arts and crafts activities, and a focus on science-based or general knowledge encompassing turtles, ocean trash, SDGs, microplastics, and more. Feel free to connect with us to explore the possibility of hosting a presentation for your organization or group, shedding light on the crucial importance of turtle conservation.

We have also launched an Ocean Rangers program to educate youth about sustainable development goals, environmentally conscious principles, as well as valuable ocean skills and responsibility.



Over the summer break, we take kids through an intensive learning experience about how they can contribute to sea turtle & coastal conservation. Learn more here.

Junior Ranger Camp (13-17y/o)

A 2 week course that includes 2 x overnight trips as well as PADI Open Water diving certification, in-water turtle and on-land environment monitoring exercises and research etc.

Little Loggerheads Camp (8-12y/o)

A 1 week course that introduces youngsters to the world of turtle conservation and the wonders of the ocean, including PADI Bubblemaker program that gets them in the water with SCUBA gear.

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