Discover ancient animals at the North Coast’s Crocodile Creek

Discover ancient animals at the North Coast’s Crocodile Creek

Home to thousands of reptiles...

Crocodile in the water
Crocodile in the water/ canva

Crocodile Creek is an unforgettable blend of fun, adrenaline, and fascination. This must-visit location on the North Coast of KZN is a thrilling adventure that will get the blood flowing. 

From a fascinating tour to a up-close-and-personal demonstration, this reptile hotspot is suitable for families, individuals, tourists, school tours, groups, birthday parties, and any animal enthusiasts. 

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“Crocodile Creek is nestled in sub tropical coastal bush, overlooking the Utongati River flood plain, mid way between Ballito and Tongaat, north of Durban, in Kwazulu Natal.  Established by the Watson family in 1983, has built a solid reputation as one of South Africa’s Tourism’s  ‘Best Activities’, and for good reason,” shares the adventure park. 

Approximately 2,000 Nile Crocodiles, Slender-Snouted Crocodiles, West African Dwarf Crocodiles, American Alligators, and a diverse array of snakes, tortoises, rabbits, wild monkeys, and banded mongooses reside at Crocodile Creek. 

Here’s a look at what to expect from this interactive adventure:

Are you in for a guided tour? Learn about animals which have roamed the Earth for an astonishing 240-million years by the trusted and experienced tour guides. 

After the exhilarating tour, unwind at the café to end off the perfect day with some chow. 

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Cost: R120 per adult and R70 for kids 

Where to find Crocodile Creek: 

Immerse yourself in the mesmerising world of ancient predators and discover something new. 

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