Viewing turtles in Sri Lanka will be an enjoyable and educational activity for you and your kids. Because five of the seven species of turtles congregate along the coast to lay their eggs, Sri Lanka is the ideal location to go turtle watching. When laying their eggs in the sand, turtles are easily startled by observers because they are anxious and terrified to choose the best site. Therefore, you must wait until turtles start to lay their eggs if you want to witness them.
In Sri Lanka, in addition to seeing turtles lay their eggs on the sand, you may also visit turtle conservation facilities. In order to provide those who had previously relied on the illegal collection of turtle eggs with a different source of income and to safeguard sea turtles in their natural habitat, this ground-breaking turtle protection program was started in 1996. By visiting these turtle conservation facilities, you and your children will be able to identify numerous types of turtles and their distinguishing features. Young turtles will come out of their shells, and you can watch how they perceive the environment. With your loved ones, you may take part in the process of releasing these baby turtles into the water.