We are open to visitors every Saturday and Sunday between 10.00 am – 5.00 pm. There are several other ways to visit us including guided and private tours, but if you just fancy the odd visit you will need to come at the weekend! We would suggest that you book in advance to ensure that you secure your place. Be prepared to enjoy and learn, too.
Do you want to know every secret of the zoo and learn all about crocodiles? Then a guided tour is perfect for you. Tours are run during school holidays throughout the year – check our calendar for tour schedule. Explore the world of crocodiles with friends and learn as an expert guide introduces you to the incredible animals living at the zoo.
Experience being a keeper for a day at Crocodiles of the World and enjoy the ultimate hands-on experience for animal lovers young and old! You will be involved in hand feeding young animals, preparing food for the animals, general upkeep of the zoo enclosures and monitoring animal nutrition. Do wild animal experiences get any better than this?
The animals of Crocodiles of the World are set to benefit from a groundbreaking project to move to a new, larger premises that will enable us to open 7 days a week. There are two ways you can help us.
The zoo offers several incredible one on one close encounters with nature's most fearsome predators. Enjoy access to amazing behind-the-scenes views with our private guided tours and personal VIP tours.
Crocodiles of the World is the place all the really wild party animals go! Perfect for any occasion - children's birthday party, adult birthday party, family party, Christmas, St. Valentine's Day, and even business events.
The Cuban crocodile is a medium-sized species of crocodile found only in two areas of Cuba, and highly endangered. Its restricted habitat and range make it very vulnerable. It is a highly terrestrial species; strong hind legs enable it leap forward at a great distance.
Founded and run by crocodile specialist and television personality, Shaun Foggett, the zoo is dedicated to the care and conservation of crocodiles through direct action and advancing public understanding. The zoo is entirely self funded and relies on revenue generated from admissions and on-site sales. We do hope you'll visit soon!
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