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All reviews crocodile farm art gallery baby crocs wine cellar curio shop the owner south coast on site entry fee great place to visit rainy day sunday afternoon great experience value for money hatching reptiles talk
Great place to visit to learn about the crocodile and the industry in South Africa. You can witness feeding on certain days as well as hatching of babies. You also get the opportunity to hold newly hatched crocodiles. Highly recommended.
We stumbled upon this beauty hidden in the windy hills. Lovely place to learn about crocodiles and see them up close. There's also a wide variety of snakes housed here. The curio shop has some very interesting souvenirs. Definitely a place to visit on your...More
Getting up close and personal makes you understand the species much more. You get to know how terrifying yet gentle they can be. Holding a little one you are able to see how quick they develop. Feeding time is bonkers. A great trip for the...More
We visited on a Sunday deliberately to witness feeding time. The presentation on snakes and crocodiles was brilliant and these people know what they are taking about. The owners knowledge of other local wildlife is astounding. This is a must visit when you are in...More
We were very lucky to arrive on a feeding day. Last feed of the season happens in April. Very informative session from one of the owner‘s himself. Kids got to hold a baby crocodile. The farm has over 150 crocodiles that are visible from the...More
The wait to the feeding was a bit long. But it was informative and interesting. At least can keep the little people excited and anticipating the holding of the hatchlings. I would recommend it to friends because unlike other places they keep a significant number...More
You can see these crocs knows they get food twice a week...we were there while they were fed and some of them
didn’t even make a attempt to get some. They are so fat!! The kids enjoy it and the snake display is good!
If you've never seen crocs before then worth the visit. Pricing definately geared towards international guests especially the shop. We were lucky enough to be there on feeding day for the crocs which made the entry fee a bit more worth it. The snake display...More