Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Indonesia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the National and Provincial governments, Turtle Conservation and Education Centre has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Turtle Conservation and Education Centre is a rescue centre and hatchery to support to rehabilitation and release of turtles in Bali.
Show your support for this cause by stopping by on your holiday to Bali and leaving a donation after you view and feed these beautiful creatures. This centre is supported by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Turtle Conservation and Education Centre Bali, Rehab & Release
The management of the centre has put in effort to ensure that the number of turtles in Serangan stops dwindling. Considering that Bali was once a haven for these majestic sea creatures, there has now been an increase in egg hunting and illegal turtle selling and therefore the population of turtles has significantly decreased.
At the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre, visitors can get up close with many turtles as they are cared for by the friendly staff and volunteers that work here. A great place to take kids, as they will learn about conservation as well as being able to feed some turtles.
The Turtle Conservation and Education Centre has a number of large pools where you will see a number of large turtles swimming around. There is also a small sandpit for the hatchery, so if the timing is just right, you may be lucky enough to see some turtles hatch!
There is no entry fee, but donations will be gratefully accepted.