BAWA is a non-profit organisation based in Bali, Indonesia, since 2007. Entirely funded by donations and dependent on a team of highly dedicated local staff as well as volunteers from abroad, BAWA works hard to save, protect and improve the lives of all animals in Bali and beyond.
Providing emergency response and rescue, food and medication, rehabilitation and adoption, it further practics human population control, disease control, and runs intensive education and advocacy programs for sustainable improvement to animal welfare now and into the future.
Although their work is more focused on the populations of dogs and cats, BAWA responds to alerts of any animal in distress, from snakes to dolphins. Its principal focus is Bali’s Heritage Dog, the island’s genetically unique street dog that is under threat.
The Wanderlust supports BAWA on its tour in Bali, Indonesia. In this sense, The Wanderlust also encourages its travellers to donate – money or goods – essential to the proper functioning of BAWA in its mission, during our visit.
At the end of the tour, 10% of our profits are donated to BAWA.
Travel with us to Bali, in Indonesia, participate in The Wanderlust’s donations, and you’ll be helping!
If you had contact with the association during our trip or if you are discovering it now and you want to take your help further, check their website and find out how you can contribute positively.