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The sanctuary is small but demonstrates the work they are doing for the turtles. There are some tanks on public display. Others not, although staff allowed me to take my son to this area to have a look.
We got lucky on the way back to our camper and managed to slip in a few minutes before it closed. Would loved to have time to go back properly, but it was brilliant to see what we did in the short space of time.
Disappointed that this wasn't open, there were no signs to say why it was closed.
Lots of other disappointed visitors there, we could only see the tops of a couple of turtles.
Don't make a special journey to go as it may be closed 😕
Our timing was wrong and the attraction was closed due to it being a national holiday (Ascension Day).
Access to the harbour is not easy for pedestrians, it is easier to get a taxi.
We managed to see a couple of turtles from the fence...More
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
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
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