THE CROCODILE CENTRE
Two km north of St. Lucia on the way to Cape Vidal is the Crococrodile Centre.
The centre was established to conserve the Nile crocodiles, but now has a variety of other crocodillians. You can also
find a snake display at the centre with more than 25 spieces of snakes. As one of only four permit holders the centre are
allowed to display the rare and highly venomous gaboon viper.
The centre also has a curio shop and a cycad garden in which many of these plants, which have remained unchanged for
200 million years may be seen.
There are daily guided tours at 11:00 and 14:00. Each Saturday afternoon there is a snake demo and crocodile feeding.
In the summer months there is also feedings on Wednesday evenings followed by Zulu dancing.