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Aamvecona, Changuinola
(4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Aamvecona organization, which is dedicated to the protection of turtles and manatees in the wetlands of San San Pond Sak, offers a wonderful experience. It is true that its facilities are basic, but that is offset by the human quality of the workers and volunteers of the organization. All of them welcomed us with love, they taught us what they knew, we were offered what they had and made us to spend an unforgettable time with them. The wetland is spectacular, a place full of life, in which you can see sloths, manatees, birds and, with luck, turtles. We must remember that this is not a zoo and that they decide if they leave or not. "Walk the beach" at night, in search of eggs, to take them to nest, along with volunteers, it was beautiful. We must remember that these people the next day have to work and be patrolling 5 km of beach until 4 am has much merit. The environment and the good vibes that had infected us. I only have good words for them.
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  • This place is amazing! I had a group of 36 students to go here. It is extremely basic, like camping, with lots of bugs, but if you're prepared, it can be one of those amazing experiences you talk abou...  more »
  • We didn't reserve in advance, which wasn't a good idea. We got off the bus from Almirante to the border at the san san bridge, But no-one was in the office. Luckily there was a phone number to call an...  more »