We are located in the United States.
All of our breeders were captive-bred right here in the United States, and we have raised them ourselves since they were hatchlings to ensure this.
None of our tortoises have been imported.
Our mission is the preservation and conservation of the Testudo graeca species, and the Malacochersus tornieri species.
We want to help conserve these species by providing captive-bred tortoises to fill the market need so that wild tortoises can remain, and thrive, in their native environments.
We also want to preserve these species by keeping bloodlines pure, which is why we will NEVER mix subspecies or crossbreed our tortoises.
We only ship within the United States, no exceptions.
Our shipping method is FedEx Priority Overnight, through the Ship Your Reptiles service.
Shipping charges are in addition to the cost of the tortoise being purchased, and will vary based on your location and weight of the package.
There are many different subspecies of Greek Tortoise in the world. We are currently raising hatchlings of different subspecies and regions, adding a few more subspecies or regions to our collection each year.
Once our hatchlings have reached adulthood, they will be bred to offer captive-bred babies of these subspecies to tortoise enthusiasts located within the United States.
The current subspecies and regions of Greek Tortoises we are raising include:
ADDING TO OUR PROGRAM NEXT:
Our tortoises come from responsible breeders who do not mix subspecies. Many of the adults imported by the other breeders we purchase our hatchlings from have been genetically tested concerning clarity. The parents of our personal captive-bred hatchlings were imported straight from the source, then raised and bred here in the United States.
Testudo graeca ibera (Ankara Turkey). Confirmed male