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Green Iguana Conservation Project

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I learned so much.

I was surprised at the location of this attraction as it is located on the grounds of a lovely... read more

Reviewed January 12, 2017
pamparedmom
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cary, nc
The kids loved it, so did I.

Who doesn't like playing with iguanas? It was educational and fun. You actually get to hold and... read more

Reviewed January 11, 2017
DljUtah
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New Harmony, Utah
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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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Reviewed January 12, 2017

I was surprised at the location of this attraction as it is located on the grounds of a lovely hotel in San Ignacio. It was so much fun to watch our grandkids and other people in the group touch, hold and feed the iguanas. We...More

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Reviewed January 11, 2017

Who doesn't like playing with iguanas? It was educational and fun. You actually get to hold and pet iguanas. The guides were fun. The one thing that set this experience apart from others is that the staff at the San Ignacio Hotel were very polite...More

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Reviewed January 8, 2017

You access this through the San Ignacio Resort located on the highway in San Ignacio. Pay at the hotel reception. It's a guided tour in small groups. They take you down through a forested area. Nigel, our guide was really good. You can see some...More

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Reviewed January 6, 2017

Our family did the tour and enjoyed learning a bit more about the Green Iguana Conservation Project. We had fun holding the iguanas, observing their behaviors, and learning new information about the animals.

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Reviewed January 6, 2017 via mobile

At the top of the hill in San Ignacio. It's only a short tour ~ 45 mins and at $18 BZD ($9USD) it's not the best value for money but it does go to iguana conservation. You enter a large sanctuary with about 40 iguanas...More

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Reviewed January 6, 2017

I wasn't all that excited about visiting the Green Iguana Project initially, however I was very pleasantly surprised by how much fun it was. The project is a conservation initiative aiming to stabilise the population and educate Belizians who traditionally eat Iguanas at a certain...More

Thank Mike M
Reviewed January 5, 2017 via mobile

This is a very worthwhile project which the staff members are enthusiastic about. The proximity that you can get to the iguanas is unreal and it was a real treat to see this.

Thank James H
Reviewed January 4, 2017

We loved it - ate termites - not mandatory so don't worry and had several iguanas crawl on us. Great photo ops. Nigel is also awesome and is one of the guides. He is very informative and really loves his job

Thank karen m
Reviewed January 4, 2017

Learn about iguanas in general and how this program is protecting them. The program is teaching the next generation of Belizeans to not hunt iguanas but to be glad these endangered creatures still roam the jungle. Have an iguana climb atop your head like I...More

Thank Getupandgo62
Reviewed December 31, 2016

Very interesting tour of a gentle family of Green Iguanas. The guides are knowledgable and friendly. The tour lasts for an hour and is located within the San Ignacio Resort where you pay a fee of $9 US to learn about this peaceful, yet endangered,...More

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Laurie D
December 17, 2016|
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Response from StephSIRH | Property representative |
The rate is set for adults and children. It is 9.00 USD per adult and 4.50 USD per child 11 and under.
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1Scout42
June 3, 2015|
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Response from StephSIRH | Property representative |
Good afternoon, The Green Iguana Conservation Project is open daily from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Tours are done every hour and cost $9.00 US per person
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Elisa P
March 3, 2015|
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I am confused b your question? What do you mean the two common names give to them?
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