1,997,778 people have helped raise more than $5,620,606 for 268 projects

Projects for SEE Turtles

About this charity

Going beyond the ecotourism mantra of "leave only footprints", SEE Turtles suggests that tourists should make a positive impact through conservation tourism. Conservation tourism supports communities protecting sea turtles by increasing the income needed for local conservation efforts, providing economic alternatives to end their threats and inspiring travelers to take a more active role in their protection.

SEE Turtles is a conservation tourism project that links people with turtle sites in ways that directly support protection efforts, while increasing resources in communities to help residents thrive and value sea turtles in their environment.

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Sea Turtles and Plastic Projects Costa Rica

Costa Rica SEE Turtles helps the sea turtle community connect, grow, and thrive by supporting community-based conservation efforts. This project supports the Sea Turtles & Plastic campaign which is designed to get plastic waste out of sea turtle habitats around the world, by supporting four local programs in Costa Rica.

This project is 100% Funded



AUD 30,008

Raised from 4,934 people

Protecting sea turtle nests in Guanahacabibes, Cuba Cuba

Cuba To protect the beaches of approx 2000 sea turtles in Guanahacabibes National Park, Cuba through monitoring, scientific research, and education of local communities

This project is 100% Funded



USD 5,001

Raised from 2,235 people

Protecting endangered Hawksbill sea turtles, El Salvador El Salvador

El Salvador For every dollar donated, two turtle hatchlings will be saved. This conservation project provides financial incentives to Jiquilisco Bay residents for collecting eggs from highly poached nesting beaches to protected hatcheries.

This project is 100% Funded



USD 5,000

Raised from 2,180 people

Protecting Nicaragua’s sea turtles through community development Nicaragua

Nicaragua This project supports community-based sea turtle conservation by hiring residents to patrol nesting beaches, improving egg hatcheries, and supporting the development of local ecotourism in 6 small rural villages along the Pacific coast of Nicaragua in the municipality of San Juan del Sur.

This project is 100% Funded



USD 5,001

Raised from 2,069 people