About Bayworld Snake Park
Fascinating but fearsome to some folk, reptiles are always a hit with kids. The Bayworld Snake Park has been around since 1919 and is home to numerous reptiles, many of which are indigenous to the Nelson Mandela Bay area.
The slithery and scaly collection includes the longest species of snake in the world, the deadliest snake in Africa and a cunning snake that pretends to be dead so as to avoid being attacked. There are also some of the common species which you might find in your back garden while staying in the Bay.
Informative signs help you identify the snakes so if you do happen to meet one of them, you’ll know whether it is dangerous or not. Along with the amazing snakes, you will also be able to see lizards, crocodiles, tortoises and terrapins.
Open 09:00 – 16:30 every day of the year, except on Christmas Day, 25 December.
Accommodation near Bayworld Snake Park
Bayworld Snake Park Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling