Learning the Turtle Life Circle in Serangan Island

Bali offers many unique things, like amazing panorama of the environment, delicious food, the friendly local people, unique tradition and many more. All of them can attract many visitors to spend their holiday. Beside of that, you will get unforgettable holiday with visit the aniamal conservation.

The Turtle Conservation and Education Center is located in Serangan Island. It opened by Bali Governor, Mr. Dewa Brata (Jan 20th 2006) in Serangan Island. Many turtle was catch and the egg was eaten by people. Because of that, Serangan Village creates this conversation. Balinese People also used turtle in some ceremony. This place is the best place for learning the life circle of the turtle.

This place is the best place to conserve turtle and save their nets. The people collect turtle egg in beaches of Serangan Island and bring into the conservation. The egg is given a label, when they hatch out, and what kind of turtle they are. After hatching out, some baby turtle keep in conservation and released into the sea. Not too much baby of turtle will grow up, they will catch by snake, bird, shark in the sea. Beside of that, you can learning about turtle and get much information about turtle. There are 7 kinds turtle in the world and Indonesia has 6 kinds like Belimbing Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), Hijau Turtle (Chelonia mydas), Lekang Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea), Sisik Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata), Pipih Turtle (Natator depressus) and Tempayan turtle (Caretta caretta).

The TCEC is helping sea turtles from going extinct and as a charity organization, depends strongly on donations. No entrance fee is charged to visit the center, leaving it entirely up to you if you want to leave a donation (no matter how big or small). I think this place is best destination to spend your holiday.

It is recommended place to visit in Paradise Island when you get holiday, where you just book your trip through a reliable travel agency. I believe your trip will be awesome and unforgettable experience.

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