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The Brazilian turtle protection project in the São Paulo North Shore is a good experience for known the different characteristics of the turtles and your preservation program. There is a good experience for children and family sightseeing.
The local has a little shop where possible...More
We went there on a trip to Ubatuba. The kids were able to learn about the turtles up close. They were also able to feed the turtles. Feeding time is at 4 pm daily. Kids ages 2-10 can feed the turtles. We spent about 1.5...More
I went there with my girlfriend even though people say its more for kids.i found it diferent and interesting.they had all species of turtles with all the explanation of each of them.they also had plenty of employees for questions.its a small place but for the...More
My sister and I loved the initiative of the project! We liked the education and information about turtles and how they get caught in the fishing nets. It's also a good way for people to learn what they can do to keep the oceans clean....More
I normally don't go to parks that have animals in captivity but this is a non profit organization so I thought it would be fine. The given information about pollution and the effects of fishing on marine wildlife was good, especially for kids. Unfortunately, the...More