The locals, including your driver and tour guide, they call this as 'crocodile farm'. If you are on your own and you want to visit this place you must tell them 'crocodile farm'.
It's a reservation centre, a hatchery and also a place to eat crocodile.
They will provide a guide to brief you about crocodiles. Then he will lead you to walk through hatcheries and so on. Small crocs to big crocs.
Then, at the end of the crocodile part you can continue to wildlife part or you can just walk out to cafe.
The cafe, a very small space, they are selling crocodile meat. The best seller is the crocodile sisig which is stir fry minced crocodile meat. I had my lunch there. You should try also.
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