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Turtle Nursery

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Puerto del Morro Jable, 35625 Morro del Jable, Pajara, Fuerteventura, Spain
+34 928 53 36 02
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Really worth a visit

They are Doing a great job caring for these lovely creatures certainly the closest I have been to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
S8376IHdeans
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Worcestershire, United Kingdom
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Fascinating Place

You can watch different stages of breeding young turtles and growing them up before they are given... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Bernd B
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“free entry” (3 reviews)
“worth a visit” (5 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 13:00
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Puerto del Morro Jable, 35625 Morro del Jable, Pajara, Fuerteventura, Spain
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+34 928 53 36 02
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"injured turtles"
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"free entry"
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"worth a visit"
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"take pictures"
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"harbour area"
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"information boards"
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"large turtles"
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"project"
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"recovering"
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

They are Doing a great job caring for these lovely creatures certainly the closest I have been to a turtle after looking round worth going over to the harbour to watch the Rays and huge amount of fish particularly if someone throws some bread in...More

1  Thank S8376IHdeans
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

You can watch different stages of breeding young turtles and growing them up before they are given back to their natural environment in the Atlantic Ocean.

Thank Bernd B
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Reviewed 18 June 2018

you dont really see much turtles. And that is ok, we dont need to disturb them and keep them as much as possible away from tourists. I admire all the fantastic work these people do. thank you.

Thank Ingrid V
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Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

We visited the nursery to see the turtles briefly, which we succeeded in dong. There were only 2 accessible tanks with 3 turtle in total to see, but we expected this and weren’t disappointed. The member of staff also took our camera (iPhone) to take...More

1  Thank OWM4N
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

We visited here one lunch time. Ok so it’s not a big day out, but you get to see turtles close up and it is all for a good cause. I think it’s great that they are doing so much to help the conservation of...More

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Reviewed 24 April 2018 via mobile

So happy we visited this turtle nursery down by the port. There are two tanks to observe larger turtles being rehabilitated ready for release. Two staff were there (they didnt speak much English). Such a great project to save some of these amazing creatures. Other...More

1  Thank becks186442
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Reviewed 22 March 2018

Made a special trip to see what they label as a conservational breeding site, the place was desserted and devoid of turtles. Maybe later in the season someone may make some effort to warrant the monies provided by the EU to fund it

1  Thank G0SGB
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Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

The nursery is very small and located among industrial buildings near the harbour. We walked along the beach from our hotel in Jandia which took nearly an hour. You probably wouldn’t want to spend more than half an hour there because only two tanks are...More

1  Thank Sophie B
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Reviewed 16 March 2018 via mobile

Turtle Nursery doing important work for the injured sea Turtle. They tried to revitalize the sea turtle population also. In Canary island can see 4 on the sea turtle species. The place is very small, but worth a visit.

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Reviewed 17 February 2018

Nothing else In the area but for charity so worth a visit. Lovely Lady taking pictures for us. Taxi is needed to find it.

Thank eastcowes
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