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The grounds were exquisite, which was a surprise. It was more like a small zoo, with toucans, turtles, chameleons, etc. The crocodile viewing was great and there were many of them. They advertise that you can get a croc burger but they didn't have any...More
Croc park with oodles of chameleons foosa fogs ( the foosa are old so have cataracts mild skin issues but this is to be expected with old age ) and a solo lemur we where presently surprised . Had read mixed reviews on trip advisor...More
The road is difficult, but the park is nice and clean. They do not have to many animals. But like the lémurien are in liberty. They use crocodile for its skins and you can eat the meat with nice sauce and rise or potatoes. For...More
I really liked this small park. You need a maximum of 2 hours including taking a lunch break to test the croc menu.
From my personal view the is a good park. Intressting Madagascar animals which have better than I seen any many other countries...More
This is a great
Day trip with or without children. A
But nicely maintained with full safety features between us and the huge crocs! Also a few lemurs, iguanas and chameleons. Our guide was very knowledgeable and able to find certain hiding animals...More
Nice interesting park and worth the visit, but parents need to be extremely careful as children can put their hands through the fence into the croc pen. Generally there's a bit of distance between the path and the fence, but at the very end (just...More
Amazing grouping of Madagascar's incredible animals up close and personal. The Nile Crocodiles are mind-blowing in and of themselves however, their entire property contains a wonderful range of fossas, tortoises, frogs, chameleons, geckos, birds, lemurs and snakes than can be hard to find in the...More
I had a thoroughly enjoyable visit to Croc Farm on the way to Tana airport (it is located only several miles away). It is located at the end of a dirt track which runs through a small village. The guide who showed me around the...More