Our expert guide will show you around a captive-bred bask of more than 200 crocs, ranging from hatchlings to adults. You’ll walk on ramp ways spanning four large dams, all the while learning more about Africa’s largest reptile, and even get a chance to view these fascinating predators in their underwater environment from our viewing cabin. a Close encounter opportunity with a young croc is available under supervision of our well trained guide. With 11 daily tours, no bookings are required. Between 15 Dec & 8 Feb we feed the crocs at 11h45, 14h15 and 15h45. NO BOOKINGS NEEDED FOR INDIVIDUALS.

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Our indoor, self-guided ‘Snakes in Transit’ exhibition features an impressive collection of local and foreign snakes and is open seven days a week. The snakes are housed in roomy enclosures fronted with safety glass, and the clearly-signposted exhibit includes loads of information about our scaled brethren. On Saturdays (12h10 only), Sundays (12h10 and 15h10) and public holidays (12h10 and 15h10), our experienced snake handler puts on an interactive snake show where you’ll learn to appreciate these oft-misunderstood creatures. A close encounter opportunity with An ambassador snake is available under supervision of our well trained guide. NO BOOKINGS NEEDED FOR INDIVIDUALS.

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Take things to the next level by sharing a pond with half a dozen adult Nile crocs. Facilitated by African Croc Dive, this thrilling close encounter includes a safety briefing and all diving equipment, and takes place in a sturdy and spacious steel cage that’s surrounded by water on all sides. You’ll spend around 20 minutes in the crocs’ watery habitat and will get to see them both feeding and resting, underwater and at surface level.  Booking is recommended but not essential. 15 September – April, six daily dives, ages nine and up.

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Our wide, tranquil dam doesn’t just look great, it’s also stocked with bass and tilapia ( but no crocs! ). Cast a line from one of several jetties or take a jaunt in our rowboat. Fringed by willows and set against a spectacular mountain backdrop, the dam is popular among experienced anglers and novices alike. You can bring your own equipment or you can borrow from us, and we can even arrange an in-depth lesson with a professional fishing guide. The best part? Fish or no fish, our wood-fired pizzas are only a short stroll from the water’s edge. NO BOOKINGS NEEDED FOR INDIVIDUALS.

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With crocodiles, pizzas and play areas galore – not to mention loads of fresh air – we are the ideal kids’ party venue. First choose between the four different venues (both outdoors and indoors), then decide whether you’d like to bring your own food and drinks or if you’d prefer us to take care of that (order from our menu or host a pizza party). Then top it all off with one or two of the fantastic activities available at Le Bonheur. Holding a real crocodile sure beats a jumping castle and a magic show!

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We’re passionate about fostering an awareness and appreciation of reptiles among South Africans, and we view ourselves as an outdoor classroom. Learners will get see 200 crocs (from hatchlings to 3+ metres), get to meet a few local and exotic snakes and – because we know how busy teachers are – we’ll even throw in some grade-specific activity sheets for them to take home. Afterwards, the learners can make use of our many play areas, and we can even provide lunch if required

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