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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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What a great place to check out and for only $3.00 us it’s a bargain. You can feed the turtles to... read more

Reviewed today
615aim
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nj
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Good price for what you get

The turtle farm was a good rainy day activity. It was only $3 for admission and you get to see some... read more

Reviewed yesterday
minivaca-lover83
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San Antonio, Texas
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  • Excellent41%
  • Very good34%
  • Average19%
  • Poor3%
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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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"crab"
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"bigger turtles"
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"beautiful turtles"
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"small aquarium"
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"golf cart"
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Reviewed today 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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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The turtle farm was a good rainy day activity. It was only $3 for admission and you get to see some large tanks with turtles and there are some other fish tanks as well. It doesn’t take very long to see everything, but we had...More

Thank minivaca-lover83
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My kids are always happy to visit the tortuga farm every time we come to the island. The work they do is amazing. We get to feed the turtles and learn alot about them. The staff is very friendly. It's cheap to get in and...More

Thank Jessica S
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Reviewed 2 days ago

several turtles you can feed, good for kids. would not spend more than 45-60 minutes there since very small.

Thank tamanios
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Reviewed 3 days ago

What an interesting viewing of turtles from all ages. From ground , several small aquatic tanks, and then the Caribbean. Also, the price is unbeatable... $3.00 per person. The whole exhibit takes 15-20 minutes- depending on how much time you want to visit with the...More

Thank danamC8564MD
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Only $3 dollars, it was ok just lots of turtles swimming around in quite small bleak tanks. But as it’s for conservation purposes I didn’t mind so much it just seemed a shame they were so small.

Thank Hannah B
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It is worth a visit to see all the turtles. You can see a variety of turtles at different ages and tortoises. They also have other marine life- nurse sharks, sea horses, etc. nice to see they are making efforts to conserve these creatures. Worth...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a small facility, but you can see the turtles up close and there are several different types there. They are such beautiful animals! I just wandered thru with a friend and read all of the signs. I wish we would have asked for...More

Thank misti2016
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I love turtles, so this was my main reason to visit Isla Mujeres. Small, but worth visiting to support conservation of the species..

Thank LMRah
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a taxi here for 75 pesos one way from the ferry place. Admission is 30 pesos or 3 dollars. It is cheaper to have pesos. Spend 30 minutes feeding the turtles inside and outside. Turtle food was 20 pesos. Our 13 and 16...More

Thank kimkX819SI
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Brenda Fraser C
2 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
18 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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