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I admire all of the people who work here so much! This is a great facility and they do wonderful things to save sea turtles. I love the tourist shop and spent a ton of money there. I have also gone online and bought plenty...More
The hospital is location in an old motel complex. While waiting to take one of the many daily tours there is a informational waiting area.
The first part of tour was a informational video and tour of the hospital operations.
They then take you our...More
My husband and I really enjoyed our visit to the turtle hospital and were amazed at the wonderful, caring work they do ... it was such an animal friendly place and our tour guide Miriam was so informative and friendly. We learned lots!! The 25dollars...More
The staff do a great job rescuing turtles in trouble and giving those that cannot be released a permenant home. They also try to educate people on plastic pollution in the oceans. It also gives you a chance to see turtles and hatchlings close up
I cannot say enough good things about The Turtle Hospital. They promised a 90 minute informative tour and an opportunity to feed some of the turtles for $25 pp and they delivered. Our tour guide was well versed and clearly cared about the well being...More
Even as a group of adults we found the tour very interesting and it would be even better if you had kids. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and likeable. You get to see and feed the turtles but no touching. The only negative aspect...More
Spoke with several people that said make sure you see the turtle hospital. It is a 90 min. Tour. Really not much to see. You get to feed the sea turtles at the end.
We had a tour woman who was really into to whole...More
You get to see so many turtles recovering. Not sure how people didn’t get to see them as 3/4 of the tour is out in by the tanks looking at the turtles and learning about them. You even get to feed the turtles in the big... More
You get to see so many turtles recovering. Not sure how people didn’t get to see them as 3/4 of the tour is out in by the tanks looking at the turtles and learning about them. You even get to feed the turtles in the big recovery area.