A Seal Zeehondenopvang en Expo Stellendam

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A Seal Zeehondenopvang en Expo Stellendam

A Seal Zeehondenopvang en Expo Stellendam
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Saskia H
Lanaken, Belgium9 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
Great to see how they help these animals. Kids get a paper with questions they have to awnser. A great VR-experiences were you get to see different points in the area. Great for kids en schooltrips! Very friendly staff that are happy to teach you a thing or 2. Also the best way to get donation... who can resist those cuties 🥺
Written March 6, 2020
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Nathalie
11 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
what an absolutely great place to visit. The love and dedication these people have for the young pups is wonderfull. Seeing the pups and how there cared for is heartwarming. Be sure to get there before 12, that feeding time. Just go and have 'a seal' day.
Written August 25, 2019
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Sandra B
Bitburg, Germany50 contributions
Mar 2018 • Family
If you take the time to read the information and look at everything it is very interesting.
And I was impressed by what these volunteers (and it’s run only by volunteers) do to help the seals.
Written March 30, 2018
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BSF71
Düsseldorf, Germany112 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
We got a leaflet about this place and being both sea and animal lovers, we wanted to visit. The place is very small but they have lots of information and interactive bits for kids which our 5 year old loved. And to see the seals was amazing, they do such fabulous work here. If you remember it's not a tourist attraction, it's a sanctuary, then it's worth every penny you pay in. We were lucky that there was a seal release the weekend after we visited, we went to this and it was so nice to see such a great turn out. What a great experience, would recommend for everyone.
Written January 22, 2018
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Patricia Christina de Bordes
The Hague, The Netherlands175 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
We recently visited this centre for seals. It offers three stages for the animals, all with the final aim to take them back into natural environment.
It is small, but staff is very friendly and able to give you information about the animals and their habitat.
Written January 5, 2018
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wolffman1973
Amsterdam, The Netherlands783 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
Worth a visit even though it is not a lot of value for money. The seal-rescue organization probably survives through the relatively high ticket prices. You get a good impression of their work saving sick and lost seals and pups.
It would be nicer if you’d have a bit more space outside to walk around.
Written January 4, 2018
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Sarah A
22 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
This is a wonderful rescue centre for seals.

Yes it is not free or cheap to enter but your admission fee is funding the amazing work that the centre is doing.

Currently today they have 32 seals in that have been rescued. These seals start in quarantine and are cared for back to health. It's a slow process but the ultimate achievement is they are rehabilitated and released.

The seals that are brought in are so weak and poorly they are force fed with a tube to get them onto the road for recovery. As time goes on they are fed fish and eventually they can eat and catch fish themselves before they are released.

The centre is only small but the work that goes on there is making a big difference.

Please appreciate the amazing work the centre does and by visiting you are supporting the work they do.

Written August 29, 2017
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Anne Z
Diemen, The Netherlands18 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
Entry is a bit high, since there is little. Good to see the seals and how the volunteers took care of them. The centre is basically one large area inside + outside area. Not a good spread of people + noisy. unclear if you should walk a route to get all info or just walk around. For the rest not bad, all looks decent and clean. More of a thing to visit with small children.
Written August 28, 2017
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Heleen P
Rotterdam, The Netherlands51 contributions
Aug 2017 • Friends
Small but cute shelter for abandoned seals. Good fun to spend 30 minutes to take a look around if you are not with kids. If you are with kids they would have fun with stuff to do, games to play etc. Pricing is good especially for the gifts out of the giftshop. Only prices that are a bit much for a single donation are the ones to adopt a seal.
Written August 9, 2017
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lauferstefan1607
Cologne, Germany4 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
If you don't expect a full day animal parc visit, A Seal is a very good option for the rainy days in Zeeland. While watching to the little seals in "hospital" you can learn a lot how they are picked up, grow there and will leave the station after they are strong enough. Nice little "ralley" for kids included. We liked it and our child's, too.
Written July 26, 2017
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