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All reviews saturday and sunday baby crocodiles all ages big crocodiles nice gift shop feeding tour informative place worth a visit different species couple of hours weaver birds cape vidal enclosures pens rescued captivity creatures
We visited the center because it rained and there is not much more to do in St Lucia. Which maybe was a mistake because it is outside to. We arrived there on a Saturday at 14:00 and were surprised because they changed the times. We...More
Not as fancy as some crocodile houses, but worth of 60R price. Besides crocodiles and alligators also some snakes (like puff adders). They are there, though first very difficult to find! Info sheet costs only 2R and is very informative about crocodiles, though not about...More
Very interesting with a wide variety of different species can be viewed. The establishment need some maintenance as some areas has deteriorated over time. Overall a pleasant, nice visit and definitely worth the visit. The curio shop caters in a variety of items is reasonably...More
Hadn't planned on visiting here but found ourselves with a couple of hours spare one morning whilst in St Lucia and decided to give it a go. So glad we did.
The place is a little run down but we spent a good 90 minutes...More
A bit worn down but very educational about local conservation work and lots of crocs of different ages as well as different species. Monkeys run around, even in the croc pens.
Should work for all ages and the ticket doesn't cost much.
Also a quite...More
Friendly staff at reception, centre is a little tired, some of the boards need renovating and local area info needs updating, however the actual crocs and alligators were interesting. We spend a couple of hours visiting the centre before leaving St Lucia to go home...More
The last time I visited the Crocodile Centre in St Lucia was about 15 years ago and it was buzzing, but when I visited last week (May 2018) it really needed some TLC. Not sure if it just gets left to its own devices out...More