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Crocworld Conservation Centre

#2 of 5 things to do in Scottburgh Features Animals
Old south Coast Road, Scottburgh 4180, South Africa
+27 39 976 1103
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Great location

Visited here today and loved it from snakes and reptiles to a man eating crocodile over 100 years... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Eamonn33
via mobile
Monkeys is taking over

It looks a little dilapidated. The restaurant on site is stuck somewhere in the 80's - we did not... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Gerrit B
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Polokwane, Limpopo, South Africa
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Crocworld Conservation Centre exists to connect people to nature and encourage people to embrace it as part of their lifestyle. Besides being able to offer a fun and exciting day out for the whole family we believe we also have a role in furthering knowledge of the environment. School tours are warmly welcomed to Crocworld with a full range of lesson plans, talks, and resources available for educators to use. Similarly our indigenous gardens are being developed to encourage people to introduce ecologically appropriate plants into their gardens at home.Enjoy our park and please join us in our efforts to educate and encourage people to experience the best nature has to offer.
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Old south Coast Road, Scottburgh 4180, South Africa
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+27 39 976 1103
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Visited here today and loved it from snakes and reptiles to a man eating crocodile over 100 years old called Henry, I really enjoyed it , would really recommend. Lots of wild monkeys roam the park .

Thank Eamonn33
Reviewed 11 July 2017

It looks a little dilapidated. The restaurant on site is stuck somewhere in the 80's - we did not see our way open to eat there. The monkeys is taking over the area with the ducks and the animal farm. They are really aggressive and...More

Thank Gerrit B
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

Prior to this visit, I was at Croc World about 16 years ago and it has certainly deteriorated since. The restaurant was terribly disappointing. Bad service. Untidy.

Thank Natasha S
Reviewed 6 June 2017

So this trip was a spontaneous sunday trip... it was a beautiful sunny day but as we got closer to crocworld the weather started changing but that didn't put us down, we didn't drive all this way for nothing .. haha As we entered the...More

Thank CHANELLE G
Reviewed 11 May 2017

We just popped in to take a quick look, also under a bit of a revamp, but the staff were friendly and helpful. the birds looked like they were in great condition. We just had a coke and were back on the road. it is...More

Thank atheliah
Reviewed 10 May 2017

My first visit and it was very interesting. Did not know that these creatures can get so big!! And then all the other animals, was amazing!

Thank Elize_13
Reviewed 23 April 2017

We went here as part of a tour, the site was bigger and more varied than we were expecting. The commentary at the croc feeding was very informative and we had the chance to hold a baby croc. There is plenty of space and shade....More

Thank pandrlander
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Lovely attraction for kids and adults alike. We got to see the crocs being fed. My son also held a baby croc and python and fed the rabbits and guinea pigs. The gardens are lovely and tranquil with lots of benches to sit in the...More

Thank klandp17
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Disappointing and slightly expensive to visit. Crocodiles not doing much and hardly interested in eating. Not sure whether this is worth visiting...

Thank Valued_Guest12
Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

What a lovely place. Set on hills above the Indian Ocean with a cooling sea breeze through the native trees it was much better than expected. Crocs, snakes, birds and tranquility. Even the restaurant food was reasonable. And we were made welcome!

Thank Rob N
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