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Pawikan Conservation Center, Morong
(2.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Entrance fee is 20 pesos. We saw a few turtles swimming. No hatchling at this time because of the season. The place needs improvement so that it can attract more visitors. It is basically running beca...  more »
  • We had a short trip at Pawikan Conservation Center in Morong Bataan last February. The center is a community-based for the conservation of marine turtles. We paid about Php20.00 for entrance fee and k...  more »
  • We went there out of the desire to see the turtles. It was a pretty long walk from where we were staying but it's worth the sweat. There are 3 big turtles in the sanctuary which unfortunately had defo...  more »
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  • It is an educational center promoting the restoration ad protection of the marine wildlife.
  • The place looked pretty run down in early 2015 but I still commend them for what they do. We still got to release hatchlings into the sea, which is a rather unique experience. If I remember right, they only asked for P50 per turtle but we gave more than twice that as a donation. It would be cool to think that the next turtle I see while snorkeling could be from this place.
  • Educational for both locals and tourists as well.
  • They're doing a great job here, protecting and preserving turtle hatchlings and giving them a better shot at a long and healthy life. Definitely go!