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Before reading this review you should know I am English/Canadian and I speak Spanish. Several years ago, I volunteered on a turtle conservation camp in rural Mexico. I worked alongside the other volunteers, who were all Mexican and mostly from the local area, on their...More
Our driver drove us in half an hour from Las Pocitas (Máncora) and rented a private boat for us. We went a little early to avoid bigger crowd later in the morning, arriving at 09:00 hr. at El Ñuro (Los Organos). The captain showed us...More
We saw the day tours offered by companies in Máncora but opted to do it on our own instead which worked out well.
To do this, head for the Eppo bus office in town and hop on a bus to Los Organos. They seem to...More
Amazing place and really cheap. For 5 soles you can enter the pier and for another 10 you get an 1 hour boat ride and swimm in the ocean next to the boat with enormous turtles. Nice daytrip from Máncora to spend the day. There...More
One month ago I was in Máncora and wanted to do a tour from the hostel to El Ñuro to swim with turtles. Because of the high waves at this time, the tour was cancelled every day (I just found out later that every agency...More
(1) if you want to swim with turtles, easy, with 50+ other tourists. Yes, you can
(2) if you want to be responsible for disturbing their ecosystmen by learning these turtles that they will be fed by humans that will touch them... go ahead.
We booked this tour for 80 soles with Discovery Tours (Panamericana Nte. 306, Máncora). They start at 11am every day and lasts 3 hours. They pick you up from the Discovery Office, drive you to the port, then you get in a boat and drive...More
We did a morning trip to snorkel with the turtles and chose a company from Mancora called Discovery for 70 PEN each (office located close to Iguanas and La Sirena cafe). We snorkelled from a quiet area with no one else around, just the 6...More
Response from angel_nique24 | Reviewed this property |
the best months are from January to March is the summer, but if you go in June or July no problem, the turtles are all year wrong is not much sun in that season but still will feel the chill.