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Centro de Conservacion de Manaties de Puerto Rico

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I took the tour of the conservation center with my family, my step son in particular really feel in... read more

Reviewed August 11, 2018
Eyla S
Sad to see

This is much like visiting any orphanage or rehab facility. These absolutely harmless animals have... read more

Reviewed June 19, 2018
Golden, Colorado
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11 Aug 2018
19 Jun 2018
“Sad to see”
Conservation Center Manatee, led by the Caribbean Stranding Network and the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, is dedicated to the conservation of manatees endangered through programs of rescue and response to strandings, rehabilitation and...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
500 Highway Dr. John Will Harris | Inter American University, Bayamon Campus, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
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Reviewed August 11, 2018

I took the tour of the conservation center with my family, my step son in particular really feel in love with this place! The staff is so knowledgeable and nice! I think the work this place is doing to help these injured and orphaned animals...More

Thank Eyla S
Reviewed June 19, 2018

This is much like visiting any orphanage or rehab facility. These absolutely harmless animals have been orphaned or injured to the point where they cannot survive on their own; in at least one case, a lung injury means it can never be released into the...More

Thank Munseyflora
Reviewed May 29, 2017 via mobile

We visited here after we happened to see the center on a show about Puerto Rico wildlife. It was one of the most worthwhile $18 we have spent to tour such a wonderful facility that is doing such great work. We learned so much about...More

2  Thank Despst
Reviewed April 25, 2017

My husband and 4 year old had the opportunity to visit the Manatee Conservation Center this morning and we are still giddy from the experience. First thing to know is that they generally request a reservation 2-weeks in advance. We were really, really lucky they...More

1  Thank Kaseycomma
Reviewed October 19, 2016

My family was so excited to see manatees, the volunteers at the center told us all about the work they do, from feeding the manatees to helping out in strandings. They are currently rehabilitating three manatees, each more cute and curious than the other. What...More

4  Thank Gabriela-Trit
Reviewed September 27, 2016

This place is awesome for nature lovers, specially animal caretakers. It shows well what people can do to help preserve endagered species. All who visit the place are reminded of human impacts to our ecosystems, and fragility of life. Children will love it, and if...More

3  Thank DraBravo
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