Turtle Interpretation Centre, Morjim!
Goa is lucky enough to be a nesting ground for Olive Ridley Turtles. There's only two of such sites in India (the other being in Odisha). Morjim beach hosts the major number of these turtles. .
The turtles visit anywhere between September to January to lay eggs and then the eggs hatch from around March to May. This year, morjim got 14 nests and the last one of them hatched on 7th May.
This place is right in front of Morjim beach but ignored by most of the thousands of people that visit here every day. But if you fancy some more information about the turtles, and want to know what exactly happens from September through May on these sites, drop by and the friendly people here will satisfy your curiosity.