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Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm

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Le Bonheur Reptile Park aims to create an engaging experience that nurtures respect for the African Nile crocodile and other reptiles. With 11 interactive guided croc pond tours offered daily, you have the chance to view from hatchlings to full-grown crocs and witness feedings on selected tours ... More

Babylonstoren Road, R45
Simondium
+27 21 863 1142
Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm

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Recent Reviews
Amazing experience with great hosts. Upon seeing I'm Muslim the lady changed the alcohol into beverages without me having to ask. A prayer room and halal kitchen for certain dishes available. Stunning views and gorgeous crocodiles. Will definitely be coming back soon to do the crocodile cage diving this summer!More
We visited as a family of three adults, two teenagers and a toddler, we did the snake tour, crocodile tour and the crocodile cage dive. The facility has some amazing snake species, and all the staff have a wealth of knowledge. The crocodile’s are brilliant but the real jewel in the crown is the cage dive what an experience to swim so close to such a magnificent creature is an experience I will never forget. A massive thank you to all the staff at Le bonheur for such a fun day out in such stunning surroundings. Highly recommended More
Of all the experiences I have had on my travels through 63 countries on 6 Continents, Le Bonheur's new Nile Crocodile encounter was one of the most exhilarating. To step into an Acrylic and Wire cage in a lagoon occupied by 5 fully grown crocs was scary enough but to suddenly find yourself literally nose to nose with a half ton Apex Predator with 8 known Human kills to his name was awesome. Only the width of a sheet of imported acrylic separates you from these fearsome creatures, who are encouraged to swim alongside you by chickens dangled by the enthusiastic and knowledgeable Guide, Andrew. Even at my advanced age of 80years this was a worthy addition to my Bucket List.More
We spent 1 night in Coot 1A&B. What an absolutely wonderful experience! The apartment was so big. It's actually two interleading apartments so our teenage boys had their own space. Everything was spotlessly clean. Our boys love fishing and this was the perfect spot. My son caught 4 bass and many other close calls. My younger son loved swimming in the pool which is right next to the large dam so he could watch the fishing. We had lunch at the restaurant. Absolutely delicious, piping hot pizzas. Who would have thought that a last minute 1 night getaway just down the road would feel like we'd been on holiday!? Highly recommend for a day out. Lovely play area for younger kids.More
I visited last year as I had already done a shark cage experience. If you want to see a huge croc up close, and I mean centimetres from your nose, then this is for you. You are in the cage and the normally sedate animals are lured to the cage by a guy with a bit of meat on a fishing rod - not for the feint of heart. Thoroughly recommend it if this is your thing. If you are not into large reptiles sitting on a cage, relying on some good welding, then you can watch from the side while your friends appear to be croc bait! The shark trip just pips it as you see them in their own environment, but if you get a croc on the roof of the cage, you get closer and can touch their belly if you so wish. I was told that while they have a lot of crocs, they do not harvest them for handbags and the like...More