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Great place!! Cheap to get in and you get to see some amazing turtles! The baby turtles are adorable! And you can feed the older ones. They do great work here, even have an area where babies are waiting to be hatched. Would come back...More
Nice experience feeding the turtles in the tanks before they are released into the wild. Most amazing experience was seeing the baby turtles as they hatch and are placed in holding tanks giving them the chance to grow before being eaten in the wild. Worth...More
It's only $3 to get it and its going to contribute to the turtles which is great. We had a good time seeing all the different sizes and ages even the ones ready to be released to sea. Worth the stop if you are nearby.
Cost $3 USD to enter. Also, to purchase a bag of turtle “food” is $3 USD. There are turtles of all ages and sizes. Inside you can see the turtles up close in open pool type tanks. Outside there are a few more with larger...More
As it was a short walk from the hotel we decided to have a look. Very cheap to get in, just over a pound per head. Initially it was a bit sad to see all these turtles in concrete ponds, however when you realise how...More
Stopped in here to see the turtles . It was a very clean place and had some beautiful turtles and some other sea life . Really liked the seahorses . Had a lot of info about the turtles and the workers were super friendly !
It was 30 pestos each and 30 pestos ifyou wanted to buy the feed. We were there for about 20/30 minutes
There was a large tank with lots of little tutles then the other tanks were bigger turtles
The outside tanks were where the largwr...More
Cost was $3 per person which I thought was kind of expensive for 30 mins of walking around looking at the tanks. If there had been someone there to talk to or answer questions it would have been different. The most positive thing about the...More