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The place is small and offers just a few attractions such as several tanks of titles, sharks and fish. The whole tour can end in 30-45 minutes. The place is more for children than adults. There is a nice souvenir shop which sells items that...More
The Tamar project is good for the survival of the turtles, for tourists and for Aracaju which needs more attractions. . Fourteen of us visited on a very hot summer's day with ages from 6-70 years old! We saw sharks, baby turtles, adult turtles, albino...More
Not so big area, you can visit whitin one hour but clean and easy to access for a very low fare, 2 USD! They will show you how they preserve turtles, if you are lucky you can see they releasing baby turtles to the sea....More
Projeto Tamar is well recognized as a serious marine life project as a good attraction specially for kids everywhere. Unfortunately, this unit in Aracaju is far below any expectation with few samples of species, small structure and dirty whatertanks. I don't recommend.
This TAMAR needs more of everything if it is to be on a par with a similar facility near Salvador. More pools, more turtles, both adult and juvenile, more fish in the aquarium please. The place has unrealized potential and a yellow submarine (?). Rather...More
Aracaju is not a place with a lot to do, so a quick 1.5h visit here was great on a cloudy day.
I thought it was bigger , but like many animal projects in Brazil it is nicely done. They have large tortoises and sharks,...More
Small but fun! Bring your kids! They have skilled staff plus some of the scientists involved in the Tamar Project. They have been doing a wonderful job in saving the sea turtles. On the downside, do not expect a tour in English or any other...More