Explore the Turtle Farm and Island at Cayo Largo Cuba
Tourist Guide to Cayo Largo Turtle Farm
Situated near the marina Cayo Largo is the Cayo Largo Turtle Farm. This turtle farm aims at conserving and protecting turtles. As a part of their program, they collect turtle eggs from beaches all around the island and get them back to the farm for hatching.
Types of Turtles at Cayo Largo
After the eggs have hatched, baby turtles are returned to the wild at safer beaches. The farm raises different species of turtles including Loggerheads, Green Turtles, and Hawksbill Turtles.
Mosque (masjid) and Halal Restaurant
There are no Mosque (masjid) or Halal restaurants around Cayo Largo.
Transportation to Cayo Largo Island
Cayo Largo can be reached by air. A number of flights connect the main cities of Cuba to the island.
South Africa’s 1st Halaal Tourism Conference to be held on the 29 May 2013
The Durban Chamber of Commerce & Industry, in partnership with Durban Tourism, will be hosting South Africa’s 1st Halaal Tourism Conference at the Elangeni Hotel, Durban on 29 May 2013.
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About the Pyramids
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