Terrible experience. Please dont take your kids there. This place do not take good care of these turtles.
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Loved feeding the turtles. Really wanted to swim with them but the water was so murky that it put me off. My husband swam and he loved it. The turtles are beautiful. They need to fix up the place to make it more touristy. There...More
Turtles really are the most graceful creatures, which just glide through the water. I didn't get in but instead sat on the edge of the pool and fed them; they really did seem to enjoy the paw paws ! They are clearly used to people...More
Been to this place several times, and found more and more turtles are in the pool and some are larger than before. A great place for the kids and those who have not experince first hand swimming with and touching turtles. They are very friendly...More
Highlight of our trip. Read mixed reviews about it being dirty but when we got there it was clear as. After swimming around it got murky but that's to be expected. Turtles were amazing. Make sure you ask the kids for some food to feed...More
We initially set out to go and watch turtles out in the lagoon and maybe feeding them. But we found out that we had left it too late for the day so followed a sign at Satoalepai which took us 2 km inland into a...More
These turtles are really in captivity. The people whose land it is on say they are rescued - from what? People can go into the murky water and touch the turtles and even pick them up for a photo opportunity but I didn't like the...More
Worth considering if doing a bucket list. Wasnt the highlight of the trip but happy that I did go and see it for myself
These poor turtles are in small fenced off pools where they have NO land to sit on. The sea is a stones throw away and all I wanted to do was try to steal a turtle and put it back in the ocean. The water...More
We stopped by this off the beaten track attraction and we had a blast. We were able to get in the water and actually swim with the turtles. A fun, inexpensive activity.