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My wife spent the better week in St. John chasing turtles so this was a must when we found out this was across the road from our hotel. It was really a nice thing to see the different types of turtles and stages. The admission...More
We visited the turtle project as part of a day trip to pemuteran from lovina. We were informed that if we came back at 4.30 it was feeding time or the following day they were releasing a group of the baby turtles. We were told...More
Even though the place does not appear impressive, it SHOULD be visited for their impressive work, and that you must support. If you buy access to the turtle place (2 USD) you can come and go for several days on the same ticket and if...More
It is nice that people care about endangered species. The Turtle Project definitely contributes to awareness, but no more than that. It seems that the big turtle in its small and too shallow pool suffers.
I was very enthusiastic about visiting this place and think that protecting turtles and their eggs is a very admirable initiative on the part of the owner. The visit itself was pretty rudimentary and took about five minutes. The young boy who explained things was...More
Came here with a group of business associates. I wasn't sure what I was getting into, but the price was right. I enjoyed seeing the little turtles hatching and then seeing them in the tanks. I also enjoyed seeing Buddy the big turtle and watching...More
An incredible initiative and well worth a visit. The amount of eggs that are rescued is amazing and seeing the hatchlings thriving is heartwarming. Please go and support this project. Nominal entrance fee lasts the week so you can return numerous times. Feeding time at...More
Went to this small place and the kids absolutely loved it. Does not take but 5-10 minutes to complete the visit, but it is worth swinging by. The kids just loved seeing the small turtles, and the story about the project. The big turtle was...More