It’s all about family-time fun at Crocworld Conservation Centre, based in Scottburgh, as the Easter Holiday Programme gets underway from Friday, 19 April to Sunday, 5 May.
“Holiday-makers to the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast are really in for a treat – we’re going all out this year with interactive and exciting entertainment for children of all ages,” said Martin Rodrigues, Manager of Crocworld Conservation Centre. “This is a great opportunity for youngsters to have some outdoor fun in a fantastic coastal setting, all the while learning about some of the amazing animals from the area.”
The 2019 Easter Holiday Programme will include:
- Daily crocodile feedings at 11am and 3pm.
- Daily snake demonstrations at 10.15am – learn all about the various snake species and what to look out for.
- Guided forest walks at 12pm – view the diverse bird and wildlife in their natural habitat.
- Vulture feeding and talks on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 2pm.
On Sunday, 21 and Monday, 22 April, following the crocodile feedings at 11am and 3pm, visitors to Crocworld Conservation Centre will get to meet an animal of a furrier kind – the Easter Bunny! This friendly chap will be handing out Easter Eggs to the children, so be sure not to miss out.
Visitors are also welcome to stop in for a quality meal or quick bite-on-the-go at Fish Eagle Café. Situated within the centre, overlooking the crocodile enclosure and with stunning ocean views, Fish Eagle Café promises exceptional food and service in a gorgeous setting.
Crocworld Conservation Centre is open from 8am to 4.30pm daily. For more information about the Easter Holiday Programme and other Crocworld events, visit www.crocworld.co.za, @CrocworldCC on Twitter, or Crocworld Conservation Centre on Facebook.