Entrance fee is 20 pesos. We saw a few turtles swimming. No hatchling at this time because of the season. The place needs improvement so that it can attract more visitors. It is basically running because of volunteers and would gladly appreciate help from other organizations like the government and other groups. You'll feel sad for the plight of the... 更多
We had a short trip at Pawikan Conservation Center in Morong Bataan last February. The center is a community-based for the conservation of marine turtles. We paid about Php20.00 for entrance fee and kids were free. We saw 2 pawikans that time and eggs waiting to be hatched. Luckily for us, we saw a baby pawikan. They have a model... 更多
We went there out of the desire to see the turtles. It was a pretty long walk from where we were staying but it's worth the sweat. There are 3 big turtles in the sanctuary which unfortunately had deformities in their shells and bodies. 2 of them were caught by fishermen and was brought to them for nursing and one... 更多
We are nature lover and would like to see that the things around would still stay for the next generations to have. The pawikan under normal circumstances faces plenty challenges already. We should take care of the resources given by GOD. There was a community exposure during the time we visited the center. We were able to learn more about... 更多
Place needs a lot of help and renovation; entrance is a measly P 20.00, basically a donation. Needs a big major refurbishing, so that people will be entice to come even more, have a nice time and help the turtles conservation efforts further.
I just love the work this place is doing. It caters the protection of our turtles which is now endangered. The effort put by its bili trees and the love to this turtles makes me live this place. I hope they could still grow and receieve more help from different people and agencies. I just hope that they expand.
So happy to see that the turtles here were been taken care of. The entrance fee is like a donation to help the conservation and you can sponsor hatchlings and release them into the water. A simple way to help survive the turles.
On a regular day, the Pawikan Conservation Center may not be much of a sight for tourists. Only about three rescued turtles can be viewed in the center. Not much for a long road trip to Bataan. But the value of the Center lies on the social responsibility of volunteers who patrol the nesting beach regularly and release hatchlings. The... 更多
my family went here last August 2015, saw a newly hatch turles. cute but you are not allowed to take pictures and post online. free visit they only ask for donations.
I am happy to know about this place, it is manage by former poacher's who hunt "Pawikan" to make a living and now turn to be a "People with concern". The best experience we had is when we freed the new hatched "pawikan" and let them swim and goes to the wild, according to our guide if they will survive... 更多