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I paid to have two turtles released but the opportunity to go with them to the beach no longer exists, although this seems temporary. Access to the beach is blocked due to roadwork so you pay but then leave with just a certificate. Best put...More
Been to so many places that claim to care about conservation but haven’t, but here they do. You can tell by the Educational talks they give and their interest in the animals they care for.
As many of the reviews mention, there’s no entry fee...More
When you enter the gate, the place will be on the left end, behind a giant turtle statue.
The staffs don't ask you for entrance free or tip, but you're able to donate.
The caretaker said that the donation will be used for the place...More
The turtle conservation and education centre is a great place to get up close to these amazing turtles. I had the privilege of holding a turtle born an hour earlier and pop it into it's tank. I also donated 50,000rp ($5au) and released a turtle...More
Very informative and you can see just how passionate they are about turtle conservation. Really interesting to learn all the challenges the sea turtles face and what they are doing to help. There were a few rescued turtles they were rehabilitating and a number of...More
I couldn't attach most of the photos due to size restrictions, but I had the opportunity to hold a fully grown toucan on my arm. My wife held a reticulated python on her shoulder and we all petted and held sea turtles. The hosts on...More
It's not a big place, just a smallish centre with a few mature rescue turtles in holding tanks, a hatching area and a few tanks of baby turtles. You don't need to leave a lot of time to look around. There is no entrance fee...More
The turtles are released depending on when the eggs hatch and therefore there is no set day. When it does happen they will make an announcement on Kuta beach at about 4 or 5 pm which can be heard from a distance. You go to... More
The turtles are released depending on when the eggs hatch and therefore there is no set day. When it does happen they will make an announcement on Kuta beach at about 4 or 5 pm which can be heard from a distance. You go to the Bali Sea Turtle Society site opposite the beach, pay and get a turtle in a container to release. When everyone has their turtle they proceed down to the water, line up and let the turtles go under supervision. This can all take a bit of time as they are quite disorganised but worth the experience. Look at the Bali Sea Turtle Society FaceBook page for the latest, if you are in Kuta though just pop in and ask them. If you walk to the beach via Kuta Market turn right before you hit the sand and walk along the path and you will find the Turtle Society on your right.