Contact Us

Send Us A Quick Message

Protected by reCAPTCHA; the standard Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Landaa Giraavaru

Turtle veterinarian, turtle rescue & rehabilitation
Marine Discovery Centre Manager (click to email)
Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru
Baa Atoll – a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Republic of Maldives
Tel. (960) 66 00 888

Kuda Huraa

Turtle ID photos, turtle care and nest protection
Marine Discovery Centre Manager (click to email)
Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa
North Malé Atoll
Republic of Maldives
Tel. (960) 66 44 888

Reefscapers

Thomas Le Berre (click to email)
Reefscapers (Seamarc),
1st floor, G.Holhige, Alikilegefaanu Magu
Malé, Republic of Maldives
Tel: (960) 333-1626

Injured Sea Turtle Hotline Maldives Marine Savers
Injured Sea Turtle Hotline Maldives Marine Savers

Join Us on Social Media

Marine Savers

Facebook Page

All our latest news

Instagram

From our marine biologists

YouTube

Some of our videos

Turtle ID group on FB

Share your turtle photos

RSS

Feed for new articles

Four Seasons Resorts Maldives

Facebook Page

Enjoy and comment

Instagram

Browse the photofeed

YouTube

Official video channel

Twitter

Follow and re-tweet

Pinterest

Enjoy photo boards

REEFSCAPERS

Facebook Page

All our latest news

Instagram

Do you love corals? So do we!

YouTube

Some of our videos

LinkedIn

REEFSCAPERS company page

Newsletter

REEFSCAPERS news & jobs

Interns Volunteers Maldives Marine Savers Seamarc

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

What is Marine Savers?

Marine Savers is a joint venture between Four Seasons Resorts Maldives, and the Maldivian environmental consultancy company Reefscapers (formerly known as Seamarc, based in the capital city of Malé).

Where is Marine Savers?

We operate from two Marine Discovery Centres in the Maldives – one at Four Seasons Resort Landaa Giraavaru (in Baa Atoll), and a second at Four Seasons Resort Kuda Huraa (S.Malé Atoll). See maps, below.

What work is Marine Savers involved with?

Our work includes:
– Reefscapers coral propagation and reef restoration to increase marine biodiversity around resort islands.
– Turtle conservation, rehabilitation, protection, identification and tracking.
– Research into the breeding of marine fish (especially anemonefish) in our Fish Lab.
– management of 2 guest-facing Marine Discovery Centres.
– marine conservation awareness, local outreach & education, guided guest tours.

I have found an injured turtle – what should I do?

Please contact Marine Savers as soon as you can, by phone if possible (numbers at top of the page). Even if you are not located in Baa or S.Malé Atolls, we have an extensive network of contacts and we will try to help.

I have a question …

If you have a question or require further information about any of our work, we will be very pleased to hear from you !
Use the contact details or message form at the top of this page, or shout out on social media.

What is your website privacy policy?

‘Cookies’ are used by all websites to help personalise your web experience. We use cookies to give the best browsing experience and to count website visits, but we do not collect or store personal data. For more information, please refer to the Four Seasons Privacy Policy.

How popular is the Marine Savers website?

We launched our Marine Savers website in 2012, and a decade later we’ve clocked-up more than half a million page views! 👀 We write and publish exclusive new website content each month, now totalling more than 500 pages of articles and marine research, along with 5,000+ unique photographs of marine life in the Maldives.
Thanks to all our global readers for making us the most popular marine biology website in the Maldives. 💙

Marine Savers passes half million page views

August 2022 (Google analytics)

Marine Savers active users 180 days

Website visitors (6 month trends) 

Marine Savers visitor sessions by country 2021

Top 10 Visitors by Country (2021 totals)

fsrm-map-with-fs-explorer-jpg-c
Interns Volunteers Maldives Marine Savers Seamarc
Interns Volunteers Maldives Marine Savers Seamarc
Reefscapers - marine biologists team