It is a small, family owed turtle farm, but with many turtle of all different sizes. A cute little boy offers to give you a tour for few pesos. Worth seeing.
Amazing place, lots of turtles. let them take one out and let you hold it. Cutest ever. and I'm a guy! The old man will come around give you every possible thing to hold, and it was a lot of fun. gave him 10 bucks in tips, he was soooo happy. Held small turtles, big ones, hermit crab, Big snails... More
Tortugranja, (Turtle Farm) is an informative little attraction on a beautiful island in Mexico, off the coast of Cancun. Scenic ferry ride from Cancun or the Playa Del Carmen area. Rent a golf cart from one of the many places near the dock and tour the island - Isla Mujeres is only 5 miles long so it's a very easy... More
This is a place worth visiting. For a small admission fee, you will help to support the continuation of the breeding of these amazing creatures. Lots of little hatchlings to be admired as well as various species of full grown turtles. Aquariums line the main room with samplings of other local fishes, including a tank full of sea horses. There... More
Of course our tourist money drives this tiny island..but at the turtle farm you see what your 100 pesos does..we were on the island and stumbled apon a turtle depositing her eggs..the desk clerk smiled and said no problem..and half hour later ..the eggs had been scooped up and taken to the farm..we were intriqued and visited the next day..there... More
Nothing elegant about it, almost ramshackled, but it turned out to be the best $3 investment of the trip. Could not pull the kids away. They enjoyed the experience and a friendly caretaker gave them a few hands-on thrills.
This was a $3 entry fee for the visit. It is small and doesn't take long, but where else can you hold 3 day old baby turtles! They are doing a great thing here for the preservation of these turtles so support it and have a little fun in the process.
After driving around on our golf cart, we decided to stop here after a recommendation from a friend. Great stop! They had Gorgeous turtles and tons of new baby turtles separated in bin by one day, three days, and five days old. Despite the sign saying don't touch the turtles, the attendant let me hold a few! He even took... More
Set back from the road, not far from the Villa Rolandi, sits the unmarked Turtle Farm. It was raining here today and I was seeking some sheltered activities. Maybe I went on an off day but it was 6 tanks with turtles. No man, a few posters on the wall about Lion Fish, although I didn't c any. Was by... More
The wife and I we're a little leery of stopping here, but for $3, why not. We were actually surprised. Lot's of turtles and other sea life to be found here. Sharks, lobsters, different fish species and of course thousands of baby turtles. Must see place to take your kids!
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