Crocodile Creek

Crocodile Creek

Coastal HabitatEco-Tour/Nature Walk


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Crocodile Creek is situated in dense coastal bush on the floodplain of the Tongaat River. The Park is home to approximately 7,000 alligators, caiman, slender snouted and dwarf crocodiles, as well as pythons and mambas. Daily guided tours and demonstrations are at 10h00, 11h30, 12h30, 14h00 and 15h00, as well as crocodile feeding daily at 11h00 and 15h00. The restaurant also serves several crocodile speciality dishes.

Managing Agency: Private
Type: Zoological Garden
Facilities: Zoological gardens; Self guided trails; Restaurant; School tours
Opening Hours: 09h00 - 17h00
Dogs: No

Driving Directions: Take the N3 north from Durban towards Ballito. Take the Tongaat off-ramp and turn right into Ushukela Drive (Watson Highway) towards Tongaat. At the T-junction, turn right into Gopalall Hurbans Road. Travel north on Gopalall Hurbans Road for approximately 3.3km and turn right into Greylands Road. Travel east on Greylands Road for approximately 2.9km and turn right into D809.
Follow D809 under N2 bridge to Crocodile Creek.

Travel time (from central Durban): 1 hour

082 920 0730


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