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I was so impressed with the tour guides ! So informative and creative with explaining the precise directions we needed to follow to preserve these wonderful creatures! The seahorse farm sanctuary, has done a fabulous job preserving over 25 species in a living gene bank....More
Don’t get me wrong, the seahorses are VERY cool on this tour. Although it is neat to see what they have done, in the end this is a seahorse farm making profit. They did not explain how they were helping the wild seahorse population. However,...More
We went in and learned so much about the seahorses and why they are doing what they are doing at the Seahorse Farm. We need to protect our wildlife and they are helping save the wild seahorses. You at the end get to hold one...More
This was something someone else in the group wanted to do, I thought it sounded a tad spendy for a tour but thought it sounded cool. This place is awesome, you get to HOLD a LIVE SEAHORSE!
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I'm not into animal farming or exotic pets but my husband wanted to go here, and I'm glad we did. They talked about the ethics of selling seahorses and how they don't live long, so they established a community of polyamorous seahorses that can thrive...More
I really wanted to do this tour. Glad we did even though it’s expensive. Kids under 4 can’t hold the sea horse though. Tour was interesting and enjoyed the guide. Got great pictures and cute shop. Only complaint is the cost.
Visited in Nov 2017 with 3 kids and grandparents. Wasn't sure what to expect but the reviews were good and I can see why. The teach you a lot, take you through all the different sections and then finally let you hold one at the...More
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Most of the area surrounding the tanks is rock so it would be difficult to traverse with a walker and/or wheelchair. You also need to get right up to the tanks and peer in to see the seahorses. The tanks are probably 4... More
Most of the area surrounding the tanks is rock so it would be difficult to traverse with a walker and/or wheelchair. You also need to get right up to the tanks and peer in to see the seahorses. The tanks are probably 4 feet tall or maybe a little higher.
I would probably skip this with him unless he can stand for 30 or so minutes at a time.
I think it took our group about an hour and a half to 2 hours max. At the end there are some aquariums with sea horses you can watch and the folks there will answer questions and chat a bit after the main tour/presentations. More
I think it took our group about an hour and a half to 2 hours max. At the end there are some aquariums with sea horses you can watch and the folks there will answer questions and chat a bit after the main tour/presentations.