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About Crocworld

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Daily crocodile tours offer a fascinating experience where visitors can learn about the lifestyle of crocs from newborn hatchlings to 100-year-old giants during their feeding times at 11:00 and 15:00.


The lush park comprises gardens and indigenous forest where numerous reptiles, mammals and birds can be viewed safely in their natural habitats.


A farmyard section offers young visitors an experience of a variety of domesticated animals including sheep, goats and horses. On site is a curio shop and the Crocodilian Restaurant with great views over the park.

Directions to Crocworld


Telephone:
+27 (0) 39 976 1103
Website:
www.crocworld.co.za
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Reviews for Crocworld

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Jennifer Dos Santos
03 November 2014

Awesome. Great family outing.

Clyde Dantu
22 February 2013

Crocworld has recently been renovated and is looking great. The cages and ponds are well maintained and clean. There are many things to do at Crocworld, all with the aim of connecting people to nature.They have awesome demonstrations like Harris the Hawk; Crocodile feeds; etc. and they have introduced a number of new activities to the park including a children’s playground and dolphin viewing.A worthwhile outing for friends and families.

Sias Steyn
01 March 2012

I took a friend that is from America to Crocworld on 29 February 2012 with much expectation. I found myself very frustrated, ashamed and angry when I left the Park. Basically half of the park is under reconstruction, the public is not informed of this as they enter the park and a full price of R50 per person is paid to enter. It is good that the Park is under reconstruction, but the disappointing part is that nothing is being done. Everything is standing still, the aviaries, flamingo pond, the back snake pits, crocodile enclosures, and the general look of the park. There is NO maintenance ther...
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Crocworld is 3.7km from the centre of Scottburgh , the nearest airport 80.9km (King Shaka International Airport).
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