Get close to giant African crocodiles and learn more about these fascinating reptiles with live feedings, underwater viewing panels, cage diving and more!

Le Bonheur Reptiles & Adventures is not for the faint-hearted, but those with a keen sense of adventure and daring! As a home to 350 crocodiles, join a guided croc pond tour to discover these giant reptile’s natural habitats. Through underwater viewing panels, you can watch their life below the water.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 350 crocodiles
  • Underwater viewing panels
  • Snake photo moments, offered daily
  • Live feedings
  • Croc cage diving

THE EXPERIENCE:

Le Bonheur Reptiles & Adventures is a unique experience and aims to educate all its guests about the African crocodile, the largest freshwater predator in Africa. Not only does it offer a fascinating interactive tour, teaching you all about the life of a croc, but also about its natural habitat. 

DID YOU KNOW:

Otherwise known as the Crocodylus Niloticus, the crocodile is usually found in rivers, freshwater marshes, estuaries and in mangrove swamps. Although they may occasionally hunt zebras and hippos, this is rare - around 70% of the adult diet is fish. At just 10 years of age males can measure up to 10 feet and weigh up to 1000kg! They can live up to 45 years in the wild, and nearly double that, to 80 years in captivity.

Find out more fascinating facts on a guided tour at Le Bonheur Reptiles & Adventures. Don’t miss their restaurant either, serving croc pies with picnic baskets available to order.

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Monday 09.00 - 17.00
Tuesday 09.00 - 17.00
Wednesday 09.00 - 17.00
Thursday 09.00 - 17.00
Friday 09.00 - 17.00
Saturday 09.00 - 17.00
Sunday 09.00 - 17.00
Croc Feeding - 15 Dec to 8 Feb
Monday 11:45 & 14:15
Tuesday 11:45 & 14:15
Wednesday 11:45 & 14:15
Thursday 11:45 & 14:15
Friday 11:45 & 14:15
Saturday 11:45 & 14:15
Sunday 11:45 & 14:15

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Address:

Babylonstoren Road R45, Paarl, Cape Town

Telephone:

+27 21 863 1142

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