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Turtle Conservation Center

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Be kind to the environment

This turtle recovery sanctuary is at the Bora Bora Meridien hotel. The turtles have a large pond of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
697arjuns
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St. Paul, United States
Must see. They do great work there and for a great cause.

They have a team of staff that work on turtle rehabilitation. We went for the turtle feeding and... read more

Reviewed 1 February 2018
14Roger
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Ontario, Canada
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4 weeks ago
“Be kind to the environment”
Jan 31, 2018
“Must see. They do great work there and for a great cause.”
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Tahaa turtles have a savior in their midst: Leo Morou, center founder, rescues turtles caught in fishing nets, caring for them until healthy enough to be set free. Children, especially, will enjoy their visit here.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This turtle recovery sanctuary is at the Bora Bora Meridien hotel. The turtles have a large pond of sea water where they can recuperate. One of the naturalists gives an informative lecture on turtle life which is great for both adults and kids. It is...More

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Reviewed 1 February 2018

They have a team of staff that work on turtle rehabilitation. We went for the turtle feeding and they did a power point educational component first to explain the different kinds of turtles, sizes, what the turtles are there for (most because they became entangled...More

Thank 14Roger
Reviewed 29 September 2017

This place is awesome! The day we visited, they had 29 Tortues/turtles at the center, and 201 Tortues/turtles had been released back into the wild since 2004! They had just released a Turtle with her babies who had a hole in her shell and it...More

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Reviewed 25 May 2017

We attempted to see this place and the proprietor of the Hibiscus Restaurant who had taken-on running the Conservation Center told us it had been shut down.

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 7 November 2016

we have been to Mexico a few times and swam with turtels there many times but a little disapointed here as they stoped letting people swim with the turtles now unless you pay to have a private swim and then it is in a small...More

Thank davey2828
Reviewed 18 December 2015

I learned quite a bit about the turtles...but the best part was feeding them! (10:30am every day). What a wonderful thing for Le Meridan to have on their property. Of course there is a gift shop- but proceeds help the turtles. This is something appropriate...More

Thank cakelady162
Reviewed 15 August 2015

You have the chance for a tour with a biologist, visiting the coral reefs and watching the turtles get fed. You can learn about how he rehabilitate them, and some days watch a release. There are baby turtles at the end, if they have any...More

Thank Lauren S
Reviewed 1 November 2014

We loved swimming with the turtles, they are such majestic creatures!! It's free and you just need to book it over at reception. Tip: Wear shoes when swimming as there's coral and ect you wouldn't want to step on!

Thank Quang C
Reviewed 16 October 2013

During a 4x4 tour trough the Tahaa Island, I asked our guide to stop in the Turtle Conservation Center, since I love turtles and I wanted a lot to see that. This stop wasn't predictable in the itinerary and, maybe, because of that, the time...More

Thank Maria S
Reviewed 30 April 2012

Worth requesting if you do the 4x4 jeep tours as it is not typically on the itinerary for the tour.

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Brian R
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Response from swalsh17 | Reviewed this property |
Brian, I posted something about the Turtle Conservation Center but it was actually the Turtle Rescue Center at the Moore’s Intercontinental Resort. It was fabulous. They have stats on Rescue and release and it was full of... More
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