Turtle Release at Dreams Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa

Dreams Resorts & Spas is fully committed to providing guests a unique and entertaining family experience that will offer everyone memories for years to come.  Where else would you be able to take part in a live turtle release at one of the world’s most stunning beaches? A few weeks ago, guests did just that at Dreams Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa. Everyone was all-smiles as they watched the tiny turtles make their landmark journey to the sea.

Check out this short video of the turtles being release into Banderas Bay and several pictures of the event.

Hundreds of baby sea turtles crawl out of the sand to head towards the sea.

Hundreds of baby sea turtles crawl out of the sand to head towards the sea.

Our happy guests watch as the turtles swim off into the sunset.

Our happy guests watch as the turtles swim off into the sunset.

What an unforgettable family vacation memory!

What an unforgettable family vacation memory!

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Sea Turtle Season at Dreams Resorts & Spas

Sea Turtle season has officially kicked off at Dreams Resorts & Spas!  From now through fall, sea turtles will visit our beaches to lay their eggs at Dreams Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa,Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta , Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa, Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa and Dreams Cancun Resort & Spa.  Here at Dreams Resorts & Spas we make sure the egg nests are protected and the baby turtles make it to the sea.  The turtle release program is part of our ongoing turtle conservation efforts.  These ancient creatures have been around for millions of years and we want to ensure things remain that way.

Guests at Dreams Resorts & Spas will have the opportunity to release turtle hatchlings back into the ocean.  If you’re a turtle lover (who isn’t!) this is something you don’t want to miss!

Things you might not know about the sea turtle:

  • They can’t retract their head and legs into their shells like most turtles.
  • Sea turtles hear vibrations more than sound and have an excellent sense of smell.
  • Their population is difficult to count because juveniles and adult males don’t come ashore.

Take a look at some pictures of these adorable turtles at our beaches: