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Tortugranja (Turtle Farm)

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Carretera Sac Bajo Km 5 | Fraccionamiento Mar Turquesa, Isla Mujeres 77400, Mexico
+52 998 888 0705
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Cute little place

Don’t expect to spend a lot of time here as the farm is tiny! It’s really cute though and they let... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Kacygehring
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Belle Mead
via mobile
Fun stop!

Enjoyed watching the turtles. The view from the dock is really pretty. I have been to Isla many... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Toni T
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Greenwood, Mississippi, United States
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  • Excellent41%
  • Very good34%
  • Average19%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible3%
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“baby turtles” (257 reviews)
“eggs” (137 reviews)
“turtle food” (120 reviews)
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Carretera Sac Bajo Km 5 | Fraccionamiento Mar Turquesa, Isla Mujeres 77400, Mexico
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+52 998 888 0705
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"baby turtles"
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"eggs"
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"turtle food"
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"sea creatures"
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"love turtles"
in 43 reviews
"crab"
in 66 reviews
"bigger turtles"
in 36 reviews
"beautiful turtles"
in 33 reviews
"various stages"
in 30 reviews
"adult turtles"
in 26 reviews
"small aquarium"
in 26 reviews
"golf cart"
in 210 reviews
"different species"
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"fun stop"
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"small place"
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Don’t expect to spend a lot of time here as the farm is tiny! It’s really cute though and they let you hold baby turtles. It’s worth the couple of bucks and you’re helping to support the locals

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Enjoyed watching the turtles. The view from the dock is really pretty. I have been to Isla many times and sorry that I had not been to the turtle farm before now.

Thank Toni T
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is a nice place to visit and get to see Sea turtles close up. It is not expensive and worth the trip to see. I think it is only 3 USD to get in and maybe 3 Dollars for the turtle food. Get up...More

Thank Laury C
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Not a huge place to visit but not expensive either. Worth the stop for us and we now love sea turtles.

Thank Melinda A
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The original idea of the place was very good. But it looks now more on a zoo then a organization which helps te turtles. Also the thing they sell food to tourists at the entrance is not ok, this way they get unbalanced food and...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Very inexpensive, saw plenty of turtles. You can feed them too but they were pretty full. Good for the money.

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Definitely worth a visit, but I think a little more effort would go a long way in terms of presentation. I was wishing for a little more information about the facilities and what they do there and what the process is. Oh and also, don't...More

Thank Kristi B
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Reviewed 6 days ago

You need to make this a stop if you love turtles, you would be able to see a huge amount of them in all stages of life, the place is a room with pools, you will be done in less than an hour, they try...More

Thank MC V
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I visit everytime I come to Isla. The turtle farm is always fun to see for kids and adults. You can buy food and feed all the turtles. Kids love this place and it only around $3 to get in. They Also have a gift...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What a great place to check out and for only $3.00 us it’s a bargain. You can feed the turtles to it lovely to know that they are helping them.

Thank 615aim
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Brenda Fraser C
1 October 2017|
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Response from Yvette m | Reviewed this property |
yes, you just don't see eggs, but there are all the rest of the stages.
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diana b
17 August 2017|
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Response from Bertha E | Reviewed this property |
The hours are 9am to 5pm
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gregr_11
2 May 2017|
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Response from 1naturalist | Reviewed this property |
Turtles are raised from eggs and released up to a year old. Turtles that hatch in the wild have a very low chance to survive being eaten by birds or crabs as they work their way back to the water after hatching. Also once... More
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