This tie dye Turkish towel is part of our exclusive Careyes Collection, inspired by the colorful region of Costa Careyes in Mexico.
Made from finely loomed Turkish cotton, these towels are perfect in warm climates and for traveling, as they dry very quickly, are highly absorbent and pack very small. And they are not only for the beach…they have many other uses! Use as a scarf, sarong, light blanket, tablecloth, picnic blanket and they can also be used to replace your regular terry towels in your bathroom. Your turkish beach towels will get softer after each washing.
These towels are fun bridesmaid's gifts and look great monogrammed for yourself or a gift.
- 100% Turkish cotton
- Handmade in Turkey
- Perfect for travel, as they fold up very small, dry quickly and have multiple uses
- Machine wash cool, tumble dry low
- We recommend washing this towel prior to first use
- Careyes towel measures 33 x 63 inches
Our products are made with OEKO TEX certified yarns and contain no harmful substances.
About the Sea Turtle Conservancy
It is the mission of Sea Turtle Conservancy to ensure the survival of sea turtles within the Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific through research, education, training, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which they depend.
The Sea Turtle Conservancy, formerly known as the Caribbean Conservation Corporation, is the world's oldest sea turtle research and conservation group. An international nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization, Sea Turtle Conservancy was founded in 1959 by world-renowned sea turtle expert Dr. Archie Carr to save sea turtles from eminent extinction through rigorous science-based conservation.
Headquartered in Florida, the organization carries out worldwide programs to conserve and recover sea turtle populations through research, education, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which depend upon. Over the course of 55 years, Sea Turtle Conservancy's research programs have yielded much of what is now known about sea turtles and the threats they face, and the organization is applying this knowledge to carry out the world's most successful sea turtle protection and recovery programs.