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Pawikan Conservation Center

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Nagbalayong, Morong, Luzon, Philippines
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Beautiful scenery

Had coastal clean up here. It is a school acitivty and we spent a night here. Beautiful place to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jona R
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Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines
Informative visit

When we went to the center, there were no baby pawikans for releasing because it was not hatching... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
John Ray L
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Baguio, Philippines
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Nagbalayong, Morong, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had coastal clean up here. It is a school acitivty and we spent a night here. Beautiful place to bring your family friends.

Thank Jona R
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

When we went to the center, there were no baby pawikans for releasing because it was not hatching season. The manong who met us was very knowledgeable about the different kinds of sea turtles. Our kids enjoyed the visit and they were allowed to observe...More

Thank John Ray L
Reviewed 4 June 2017

It is not the season for hatching but were able see small one which we guess ready for release given 2 or 3 more days. Beach is fine gray sand and suitable for kids...

Thank Lhen09
Reviewed 30 May 2017

I love that we have conservation centers like this, it shows that the locals are taking care of the nature and the animals, more specifically the pawikans. Going in the facility, anyone would notice that it is not well-maintained. If only someone could help develop...More

Thank celineaquino
Reviewed 25 May 2017

we went on a December day, and were lucky that there are only a few people visiting there is an entrance fee of 20 pesos per person, no parking fee for vehicles there is a 50pesos fee for every baby turtle set out to sea,...More

1  Thank Debbie D
Reviewed 2 April 2017

made a stop over here before going to our booked resort, too bad they had already released the baby turtles, we only get to see, 2 adult and 2 baby turtles. we had our quick snack and bought some souvenirs instead.

Thank rizbon s
Reviewed 20 March 2017

we went there, ask for entrance fee but was informed they have released the baby pawikan (turtles) . All that was left was old ones and stone statues adorning the site. they should have announced when is the schedule for viewing the pawikan before release,...More

1  Thank Eva A
Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

We went here last February hoping my kids can send Pawikan hatchlings to the sea but unfortunately a school tour came first so of course there are no more baby Pawikans left...So hoping again the mother Pawikans will hatch we decided to stay for a...More

Thank terewizard
Reviewed 31 January 2017 via mobile

We went there last Jan. 29 after our stay in Las Casas. It's located in Morong, Bataan which is around 30mins drive from Las Casas. It was a great experience for our family to be able to release hatchlings into the ocean. I hope they...More

2  Thank Grace P
Reviewed 23 January 2017

we went there in June when pawikans can't be seen. good thing we saw 2 newly hatched pawikans where the attendants were accomodating enough to show us and orient us anything about Pawikans. they told us to be back in December where its hatching-period and...More

Thank Sweethart C
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