Release baby sea turtles and learn about its conservation.
Help neonate turtles crawl out of their nest and release up to 300 of them into the Pacific Ocean, while learning from the nursery keeper on how they are running this conservation program.
Visit El Icacal in Eastern El Salvador, one of the most beautiful beaches of the country, where four species of sea turtles nest: Baule (leatherback turtle), Carey (hawksbill turtle), Golfina (olive ridley turtle) and Prieta (green turtle); all of them considered endangered species. At night, we will patrol the beach spotting sea turtles laying their eggs. During the day, we will participate in activities around the sea turtle nursery, including the release of baby sea turtles. The area also offers beautiful mangroves, home of a wide variety of bird species.