A landfill has been created at the mouth of the Bojana River, on the border with Albania, and a video taken last weekend shows a worrying level of coastal pollution. With the support of the Ulcinj Riviera and the city of Ulcinj, the Ada Divine Awakening festival will organise a landfill clean-up on September 18th at noon, and everyone who loves Ada Bojana is welcome to attend the event. By cleaning the landfill, participants, organisers, and volunteers will show gratitude for this fantastic place and contribute to its preservation.
As part of the closing of the second edition of the Ada Divine Awakening festival, on Sunday, September 18th, a clean-up of the island’s coastline will be organised at noon. A joint effort by the Ada Devine Awakening Festival organisers, participants, volunteers, and environmentalists will send a message about the importance of preserving the environment, especially Ada Bojana, whose coast has been the home of many for the past several decades but has faced erosion over the past few years. This campaign will also mark International Coastal Clean-Up Day, September 17th.
Everyone who wants to contribute to preserving the jewel of the Montenegrin coast is welcome to join the clean-up of Ada Bojana beach on Sunday, September 18th, at noon, at the mouth of Bojana. Those interested can register until Friday, September 16th, at noon, via email at [email protected] or by sending a direct message to the festival’s Facebook page or Instagram profile.
This year’s edition of the Ada Divine Awakening festival will take place from the 13th to the 18th of September. It will gather hundreds of people for a six-day intensive personal transformation programme in one of Europe’s most beautiful destinations. Over 40 of the world’s leading educators, coaches, healers and therapists in the fields of partnership, consciousness, sexuality and personal development will help participants find the power within themselves. ADA is the region’s first consciousness and intimacy festival, and “Reclaim Your Power“ is the participants’ motto and guiding star this year.