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Zulu Croc and Wildlife

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Old Sodwana Road, Hluhluwe Game Reserve 3960, South Africa
+27 81 594 7442
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So run down and desperate...

Went there these past few days with time to kill in Hluhluwe and three kids. This place is... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2017
AmeliaTull
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Chiswick, London
Good feedback

Again my Guest came back with good feedback they had a great tour and a great Lunch at the... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2016
Dave D
,
Hluhluwe, South Africa
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Zulu Croc offers a hour and a half, hands-on crocodile and snake experience, bringing these fascinating creatures up close and personal and allowing you to actually feel and touch some of the world’s most feared reptiles. This awesome interactive encounter will no doubt leave you with many unforgettable images and memories. Visit our “Snake O Zeum” where our guides give daily demonstrations and informative talks on snakes in general. Their infectious enthusiasm is clearly evident and their willingness to share and impart knowledge adds to their popularity. Our guides' professional snake-handling skills are put to the test as they boldly interact with and discuss highly venomous species such as puff adders, cobras and boomslangs, much to the amazement and awe of the visitors. Check out in close detail the snake with the longest fangs in the world, the Gaboon Adder, and see the impressive and defensive hoods of several of the deadly cobra species. Learn about their movements, their venom types and their danger to us, as well as get acquainted with a few of the large colorful and impressive constrictor species. This interaction is further enhanced by the utilization of informative audio and visual technology turning a simple demonstration into a rich, rewarding wildlife experience. Set in safe and tranquil surroundings, the park meanders through cycad lined pathways, leading to a variety of secure, spacious and well maintained crocodile enclosures where the guides are always on hand to answer any questions and offer assistance if needed. Here the Nile crocodile is king and specimens of varying sizes, from hatchlings to behemoths of close to a ton, can be seen. A restaurant with succulent meals, bar, curio shop and clean restroom facilities are also available. At the end of an exciting and exhilarating tour of the park, why not relax at Zulu Croc’s very own “Croc-Tale” Restaurant, where you can sit back and reflect on the day’s activities. Our guides' passion for reptiles goes far beyond the mere capturing of snakes and crocodiles. They are people persons, nature lovers and conservationists, always willing to assist with problem reptiles posing an immediate danger to surrounding workers or inhabitants. They are always quick to react to the many calls they receive on a daily basis. Our guides also work hand in hand with local nature conservation authorities especially when it comes to the removal of rogue or man-eating crocodiles. For an unforgettable experience set in a safe and serene environment, visit Zulu Croc where our team eagerly awaits your arrival.
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27 Dec 2016
“Good feedback ”
11 Jan 2017
“So run down and desperate...”
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Old Sodwana Road, Hluhluwe Game Reserve 3960, South Africa
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+27 81 594 7442
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Reviewed 11 January 2017

Went there these past few days with time to kill in Hluhluwe and three kids. This place is desperate, dirty, no proper descriptions, no light in snake area so couldnt see inside. I am sure this place would not be approved for minimum animal care...More

Thank AmeliaTull
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

Again my Guest came back with good feedback they had a great tour and a great Lunch at the restaurant

Thank Dave D
Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

We have just spent a couple of hours here. We had a tour by Lawrence who was extremely knowledgable about snakes and the crocodiles. We got to hold a carpet Python and were told a lot of really interesting facts about lots of the native...More

Thank Marc128
Reviewed 18 May 2016

We went by Zulu Croc expecting to spend an hour or so and were disappointed that we had to leave after over two hours to make it to another appointment. Pay extra for the guided show as Lawrence was a wealth of knowledge on crocs...More

Thank maaronsmith
Reviewed 23 March 2016

Very well laid out, clean and welcoming establishment. The restaurant is small but more than adequite with a very good menu. Haven't tried it yet but I keep threatening to soon...it looks inviting. The tours are well structured, informative and very entertaining. You can just...More

Thank Larni V
Reviewed 21 February 2016 via mobile

I wasn't expecting to have a lecture on snakes when we arrived but it was very interesting if a little long given the seating arrangements. I learnt lots about snakes and it was nice to see the crocs but we didn't get told much about...More

Thank Helen P
Reviewed 9 September 2015 via mobile

Its not your ordinary croc world, its laid out very nicely. There is a small shop and restaurant. You can either just walk through yourself and read the information or you can join a tour. They have a tour twice daily. That tour/show is very...More

Thank MelaniGM
Reviewed 24 June 2015

The visit was really boring and the the people doing the ceremonial activities certainly did not have their heart in it. They went through the motions but really no feeling of their having any true feeling of involvement. Appeared just a tourist trap. Not worth...More

Thank Mary O
Reviewed 29 April 2015

We stopped off to break our 8hr drive from Kruger to St Lucia. A very informative talk on snakes and crocs

Thank Woodbine321
Reviewed 30 December 2014

Spent an hour walking around and looking at the crocs and snakes - just that morning I had walked into a Forest Cobra with my bird guide - and was now able to see one for a longer period up close. Appreciated the glass between...More

Thank AvH123
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