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Turtle Conservation and Education Centre, Serangan

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 300+ 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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  • the conservation and education centre rehabilitates sea turtles and assists in the survival of baby sea turtle. you get to see some HUGE turtles and even feed them! I got to hold baby turtles which wa...  read more »
  • I liked. You can touch the babies, and run them in water. they are active. There are big turtles, who are on rehabilitation. You can see that there are people who enjoy what they do. Free admission, but you can leave a donation
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  • Me and my wife had an unforgettable experience with these newbie turtles. We were on a hired scooter and it is a little difficult to get there however we had the coordinates on the GPS so it was a lit...  read more »
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  • Couldn't accept the reason why they reject a turtle that even found by fisherman. They talk much about regulation.
  • Awesome place! Definitely have to add it to your list when visiting Bali!
  • Hardly anyone in Bali seemed to know about this but we were so pleased to see this in action. The people running this place at no time asked for money and we were glad to give a donation as this is what they rely on to run the program. I feel sure that most baby turtles are given a higher chance of survival by being released to their natural environment after a great start with some strength to see them on their way. Well done!
  • When tourist attraction is second to conservation, it's what they do it's preservation.
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