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Turtle Conservation Project Turtle Watch, Rekawa
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Admire beautiful sea turtles and take part in efforts to protect them at Turtle Conservation Project Turtle Watch. Join a group of around 20 people and watch as the turtles lay eggs on the beach. The organization protects the turtles and provides them with a safe place for hatching, far from natural predators, on a beach that’s cleaned daily in order to provide adequate nesting grounds. Tours take place at night; you'll be asked not to take photos or disturb the turtles in any way. Use our Rekawa trip itinerary planner to visit Turtle Conservation Project Turtle Watch on your trip to Rekawa, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Visited @ 8:30pm with my partner. We had our own scooter, so we were not subject to the inflated prices that tuk tuk drivers quote for their services. Once we arrived, management demanded a 1000rs pay...  more »
  • Had booked the trip if necessary at night alone to see some turtles! Unfortunately, this is a mass and has nothing to do with animal welfare. Can me the speakers connect only the poor animals are only disturbed in their lives. Are then also automatically back without the turtles to be leering. Rather a good documentary on TV than to witness.
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  • Beautiful spectacle of beautiful creatures. The only negative aspect is that there are too many people coming and not always respecting the animals.