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We visited the turtle sanctuary one afternoon
As it turned out they were releasing some young turtles back to the wild
My wife got the chance to send one young turtle back to its home
It was very emotional as we have both spent many...More
We visited the centre mid morning and there were minimal other visitors, so we could leisurely wander through and take our time. There are hundreds and hundreds of turtles on display, ranging in age and size. You aren’t able to touch the turtles, however as...More
Arrived by taxi rather than organised tour. Strangely this sanctuary is located in a Royal Thai Navy base so the taxi driver had to hand in his ID at the main barrier. Other strange thing was a loud “thunder” sound, which turned out to be...More
We visited (2 families with 5 children, aged 5-14) the turtle nursery and had a lovely time. One of the army volunteers came to talk to us about the project, and it is very impressive to see their dedication with little resources, and the positive...More
A great cheap place to go, I would recommend not going with a tour as its very cheap to go independently or from many of the hotels for hour and a half trips - cost about £7 incl. taxi.
Information is fairly limited and I...More
It’s been going since 1994 and it is a bit run down but the impact on turtle conservation in the Andaman Sea is amazing. Well done to the Royal Thai Navy for keeping this important project going and the money given by tourism helps to...More
Yes you can, we spoke to one of the thai guys and he said that they released them, so I would go to visit eagerly in your holiday and find out when, hopefully it will fit in with the rest of your time in thailand