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Every year from May till November, female turtles haul themselves from the sea and crawl away from the shoreline to find a convenient place to lay her eggs. She digs a deep hole using her hind flappers and lays the eggs, she then buries them and returns to the ocean. As part of our Turtle Guardian Program we move the eggs to the Turtle Camp, a safe nest, guarded away from their predators. Because of the vulnerability of the eggs, only hotel personnel is allowed to handle the eggs, however guests are welcome to watch respectfully and take flash-free photos.