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The work these researchers from Projeto Tamar have been doing is fabulous. They fight for the conservation of several species of turtles and the visit is fun and educational. Kids and adults will love it.
Small but well maintained place provides a lot of information about turtles.
Some info is available in English but it will be more difficult to interact if your kids does not speak Portuguese.
It will take not longer than 2hrs to visit this place unless...More
You'll see giant turtles anyway! So, this place isn't all that big and if you went fast you could be done in 20-30 mins or so but we took our time and strolled around looking in the different pools and taking it all in. I...More
Wonderful place to visit! Well structured and located in a lovely small beach town. The clothes at the store are of great quality, and the restaurant inside the project is very good too.
Worth the visit!
Tamar is a Brazilian environmental protection project which is already 37 years old and protects sea turtles. It is totally worth a visit! Try the guided tour with explanations. You can see turtles, sharks and other animals and learn about their reproduction and conservation.
What a wonderful turtle sanctuary! It was beautiful to see. The entire facility is well cared-for (with shell-shaped bathrooms!!). The restaurant is one of, if not the only, with a perfect view of the water so we ended up taking all of our lunches there....More
I came with my daughter for her research project on Turtles for her IB PYP exhibition. The staff was amazing!!! They answered all of her questions eagerly and she also participated in the Day of a Biologist, where she helped release baby turtles to the...More