To be fair the expectations were pretty high,
First its about a 30 minute ride on a bus from where you get off the cruise ships. not bad but we had a late start from stragglers getting off the ship, we should of left with out them.
Second. Andrew our tour guide, he funny and informative, he knew what he was talking about and filled in our tour with humor, facts and trivia.
Third. The place is just ok, we went for one main reason, to swim with turtles in the lagoon, everything else was just an addon, imagine our disappointment when we were told we could not touch the turtles we were going to swim with, just get in and swim round, congrats you swam with turtles, on this logic every time i go swimming in the ocean i swim with great whites, turtles, kraken and blue whales. the only turtles you get to touch are the yearling in the touch tank, which are cool but it is only a small part of what we were looking for
Four. The tour is short, here is 4 groups of aged turtles here's the breeding tank, here touch this." ok guys see you later you can roam around and do what you want, predator tank is here, swimming is over there birds and lizards over there, and you can eat over here in our restaurant".
We left after about an hour and a half and took a taxi back to town so we could do other things, all in all we didnt realy enjoy this place, oh and the gift shop wasnt even open for 'Inventory' issues.
if you like turtles go ahead you may enjoy it, and if you want to pay 60- 70 bucks to touch one by all means go but if you want to swim with them forget it, go jump in your local body of water there are turtles there and your swimming with them.
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