Visiting Hawksbill Sea Turtle Conservation in Tidung Island
Tidung Island is indeed a beautiful place for a vacation. It is part of “Kepulauan Seribu”. The location is near to Jakarta! The island holds numerous tourist attractions, too. One of them is conservation for hawksbill sea turtle. Despite its small size, the location is considered attractive. Many tourists visit it for witnessing such cute creatures. Are you interested? In this case, you can come with your family. The kids would definitely love them. With an authorization, visitors are allowed to hold the turtles.
As mentioned before, the size of the building isn’t big. There are several ponds there. Each of them contains dozens of small turtles. They are cute! Their appearance is unique. Their mouth is curved and their skin has the texture of a chainsaw. A unique part is the color of their shell. It may alter into different color depending on water temperature. The conservation area offers a shady nuance. Thus, it is comfortable for visitors. Also, you can introduce such species to your kids. It will be a worthy education.
Exploring Hawksbill Sea Turtle Conservation
It is a no brainer. The main attraction in the conservation is definitely the turtles. Hawksbill sea turtles are considered an endangered species. In Indonesia, there are no more than 500. Tourists can learn about the history of such species and its threats. One of the biggest threats is human. People keep hunting it illegally. By learning the story, you are able to contribute to the conservation project. At least, you won’t do bad things to nature. Not to mention you can teach your kids regarding the importance of conservation.
Next thing to do in hawksbill sea turtle conservation is an observation. That means tourists are allowed to witness how to take care of the turtles. The keeper may show you how to do it. Due to this reason, it is better to carry a camera. Those turtles are indeed cute and beautiful. Thus, you should not miss an opportunity to take some pictures of them. Selfies are allowed. Though, make sure not to cause havocs in the location. Otherwise, the keeper may send you away.
Another fun activity is watching the release of “tukik”. It is the name of ready-to-an-adventure turtles. Those small sea turtles will be released in the open sea when reaching an appropriate age. It is indeed an interesting sight. The thing is you should come in the right time. It is because the keeper doesn’t do it every time. If you are lucky, you can witness them. If not, you should gather information regarding when the release of those sea turtles is.
- Jembatan Cinta
- Perawan Beach
- Shark Conservation
How to Get There
Are you visiting Tidung Island in the near future? In this case, what you need is the right transportation. From Jakarta, head to Muara Angke. It is the place to rent a motorboat. Next, your destination is Tidung. The trip is about 2 hours. Once you reach the island, you can directly head to the conservation area. It takes only a few minutes, actually.
Where to Stay
- Cottage Anggrek 3
- Tidung Lagoon
- Tidung Citra
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