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The turtle hatchery seems to be closed. The building was damaged by the earthquake but we dont know if that is the reason. Anyway it is totally dead so dont go to Meno for this reason. And all the resorts on southern part of Meno...More
My friend and I visited the turtle sanctuary today, arriving around 3pm. On arrival at the sanctuary we spotted the turtle pools.... and then directly next to them, spotted a stark naked man. A stark naked man who was playing with himself.
Fortunately we’re two...More
This gentleman is really trying to do a beautiful thing here by rescuing these baby turtles. He is sitting there in his hammock all day next to the signs that explain he uses all his own resources to try and bring awareness to nurturing these...More
It's nice and very touching. Sad as well to see. Brief introduction and history in English. You can leave a donation if you wish. About a 10 minute walk along the main beach front from the boat departure / arrival area
We were sitting in a Barung just up from the turtle sanctuary last week and the eggs were under where we were sitting. The babies started to hatch in the middle of the day. It was fascinating. We watched the first one make... More
We were sitting in a Barung just up from the turtle sanctuary last week and the eggs were under where we were sitting. The babies started to hatch in the middle of the day. It was fascinating. We watched the first one make it all the way to the water, struggling over coral and falling into large footprints in the sand, but it made it and it swam off. Very cute. Hope your son is lucky enough to experience it to.