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A very interesting place in Savai'i which we were told was a sanctuary. These are apparently turtles which have got entangled in nets and had been taken into care. Natural sea water is let into the pool.
They did not look distressed or maltreated, contrary...More
We went early and were the only people there. I was going to get in and swim with the turtles but the water was very green and murky and I decided against it. Instead I sat on the edge with my legs in the water....More
Was good when we visited as only a few people there but wouldnt be as good with a large crowd. was amazing to feed the turtles and the price was very reasonable. Road in is a bit rough but take your time and no worries
I was a little apprehensive about this place - seeing turtles in an enclosed space doesn’t sound overly appealing. But the turtles appear to be looked after well, their enclosure is extensive and it’s certainly not over-crowded.
It was $7 tala per person which includes...More
We went swimming with the turtles & while the water was a bit slimy (don't put you head under) the turtles are friendly when you have some mango. Buy these on the driveway into the turtle spot from the local kids. There were about 7-8...More
This was one of the most memorable highlights of my trip to Samoa. I too was skeptical about coming here due to some of the bad reviews I had read previously. When we got there I was pleasantly surprised! The area was very spacious and...More
It is a long way to go to feed and swim with the turtles. We did think it would be in a ocean pool and were disappointed that it was in a concrete pool at the back of a house. There were quite a few...More