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Located at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel, the Project is a continuous effort that aims to conserve and look after the endangered Green Iguana species in Belize. The hatchery uses interactive exhibits and programs to help educate and create awareness...more
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San Ignacio Resort Hotel | #18 Buena Vista Street, San Ignacio, Belize
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Wonderful organization for a fantastic cause. Located just behind San Ignacio Resort, it caters to education of visitors and refuge for iguanas for extended periods. Lots of interaction & fun as well, a nice add to your time in the area.
The Green Iguana Conservation Project is located in the San Ignacio Resort Hotel in the center of San Ignacio. This is a must do for any traveler, regardless of their budget. For about $9 USD, you are able to take part in an hour-long tour...More
We went as a family to meet the iguanas and learnt so much about them. Oscar is passionate about these animals and he deserves all the praise for devoting all of his time (inside and outside work hours) to their conservation and preservation. During the...More
Very quick, fun tour to learn about the green iguana! We had about 40-45 minutes in their enclosure (after being ensured that they are used to human presence and unbothered), and we got to feed them and pet them as well. Loved hearing about their...More
The location of the conservation project is outstanding - it is set in the grounds of the San Ignacio resort. We ate an incredible lunch there before starting the tour.
The tour was fine - we went into a cage of iguanas for around 45...More
Great way to spend an hour learning more about the endangered green iguana, and the efforts being made by the conservation project to protect them. You can actually get up close and touch the ignuanas...let them climb all over you if you wish. Neat experience,...More
I am not a fan of Iguana's, so I was reluctant to take the tour. You walk through the forest behind the hotel to get to the habitat. It has about 30 Iguana's in, ranging from babies to adults. We got to feed them and...More
It was interesting to learn about conservation and how this group rehabilitates iguanas and returns them to the wild. If you’ve ever wanted to pet or carry an Iguana without the risk of getting seriously injured, just want to look at them, or would like...More
You could tell the guide loved the iguanas. Our kids (5 and 7) had the BEST time. We spent an hour feeding and petting the iguanas. It was really cute when you pet their little heads they lean into you like a dog does! Great...More