We visited it as its just down the road from Tanu Fales where we stayed. We knew it wasn't a conservation project, but couldn't help feeling for the turtles. In saying that I made the most of the opportunity to get up close and personal with one. We arrived and a lady met us and asked if we wanted to see the turtles it was 5 tala each. We paid and expected her to take us to see them, but instead she pointed to the path we needed to walk down and she went back inside! So I hopped in the water and lots of turtles (must be about 20 in there) came swimming up to see me. Unfortunately we weren't given anything to feed them or instructions or info about them, but it was only 5 tala. A bit of effort would go a long way with this place.
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