Some made it steadily to the water while some crawled slowly. Few stopped after some distance, and we assumed they died. But they hadn’t! The organizer picked them and placed them closer to water. Their little limbs moved and the crowd broke into cheers! This was indeed one of the best experiences I had.
Out of the 1200 baby turtles released that day, only few would survive. Inspite of the low chances and high risk, apparently that is the only way to protect the precious marine life and Bali is doing a great job at it. I pride in contributing to the environment with this little step and appreciate the sensitivity that Bali Sea Turtle Society has shown for marine life.
When in Bali, this activity is a must-do.