Are you ready to take a stand on the challenge of saving the world’s coral reefs? Coral reefs need our help now! Over 27% of the world’s coral reefs are already missing. If we don’t do anything about it, almost all the reefs will go away by 2050 and there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean! Coral reefs are crucial to an economy that provides food and income, and acts as a natural barrier against storms, hurricanes and hurricanes that protect beaches. By playing this game, you will learn about the many ways we can do to protect coral reefs.
For this exciting experience you will create a team of highly skilled underwater explorers who will be able to break symbols and find solutions to conserve our marine ecosystems. It’s time for some hard work! Protect the world’s coral reefs before it is too late. They are complex, highly valued ecosystems and provide habitats for the vast diversity of species.
SOS Escape Room in Bali was the first escape room designed and supported by NGOs in the world. Developed by the Triangle Coral Center (CTC), an institution focused on preserving marine ecosystems, participants in the SOS Deep Escape Room in Bali must escape from the intelligently designed room by learning about coral reefs to solve several puzzles.
Usually, escape rooms overburden your problem-solving skills in an imaginative and virtual manner complete. But SOS’s Deep Escape room has turned its fun and catchy puzzles into a real problem, and threats to coral reefs and other marine life. This not only increases the urgency, but also increases the sense of accomplishment when you solve these puzzles. Not to mention, your support and participation go directly to help preserve this important ecosystem.
It’s educational, but always fun (as one of our team members said: “I didn’t even know I was learning!”) It is a great way for a family or group of friends to spend an hour or two. SOS Escape Room in Bali can be enjoyed on various levels of difficulty, including a child-friendly design. Note, however, that the basic level of mobility and physical ability is required to solve some puzzles. It should also be noted that puzzles are best enjoyed as a group of three to six, and that individual travelers will not be able to participate without joining a previous team.
The SOS Deep Room in Bali holds eight sessions per day, every hour and a half, starting at 09:30, with the last session at 20:00. Prices start from Rs 100,000 for each person, with a minimum of two people per team.
Contacts for SOS Depth Escape Room in Bali
Hours of Operation: From 9:30 am to 8 pm
Address: CTC Coral Triangle Center for Marine Conservancy, Jalan Petengandang 2, 88-89, Sanur
Phone: +62 (0) 361 289 338