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Turtle Conservation and Education Centre, Serangan

(4.4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Turtles of all ages and sizes find shelter at Turtle Conservation and Education Centre. For a small donation--which goes straight back into conservation efforts--you can adopt a baby sea turtle and be the one to release it into the wild at a nearby beach. Friendly staff can teach you all about sea turtles and the center's efforts at breeding, rescuing, and rehabilitating them. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Turtle Conservation and Education Centre and many more Denpasar attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Denpasar trip builder.
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  • Little ones are so cute. But please don't ride or sit on the big ones like you're encouraged to do by the locals for a photo op. Also don't be encouraged to watch cock fights. BUT be sure to visit Dol...  more »
  • In the Center, trying to fight for the preservation of the turtles. The center of education of the local population is mainly used to prevent the trade in turtle products and meat. At the same time, but also a breeding station in the injured and sick animals back to health are maintained and can be observed can be found. The admission is free. A voluntary donation is seen however.
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  • We read about this about this place on Trip advisor and thought we'd check it out. Glad we did! Had a personal guide who was very knowledgeable and we could see the environmental work being done. Our ...  more »
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  • Hienoa nähdä käytännössä kuinka kilpikonnia suojellaan. Toisin kuin useissa muissa balin turistikohteissa, täällä kukaan ei kysynyt rahaa. Työntekijät olivat siellä aidosti halusta suojella kilpikonnia. Kilpikonnan poikasen voi adoptoida 150 000 rupialla ja päästää mereen. Näin poikasten selviytymismahdollisuus paranee. Miinusta antaisin rannan kunnosta. Ranta oli täynnä roskia ja muutenkin huonosti ylläpidetty. Suosittelen kuitenkin ehdottomasti vierailemaan täällä jos on kiinnostunut tietämään lisää kilpikonnista!
  • At least a place where you can meet people feeling concerned about environment and biodiversity. You can adopt a turtle and release it yourself in the ocean. Chances of survival are still weak but greater than if the eggs had not been brought to this center.
  • Definitely worth a trip if you like turtles, for 150K you can adopt a turtle and set it free back into the ocean and you get a certificate!
  • Definitely one of our more memorable experiences in Bali - meeting the turtles, and seeing conservation efforts.
  • Couldn't accept the reason why they reject a turtle that even found by fisherman. They talk much about regulation.