21 January 2021
Visitors to Scottburgh’s well-known Crocworld Conservation Centre enjoyed a bumper holiday programme. The line up of activities changed following the COVID-19 level 3 lockdown announcement with the cancellation of the daily animal interactions and talks during the animal feeding sessions.
Crocworld’s beloved Henry, believed to be the oldest-known Nile crocodile in captivity, celebrated this milestone 120th birthday with his favourite meaty dish while Crocworld staff and guests enjoyed delicious cupcakes supplied by the Fish Eagle Café. Exciting new features at the centre included the Raptor Wing, a new resident throated monitor lizard called “Laggie”, revamped Whale Watching Walkway, Crocodile Feeding Platform, Crystal Divers collaboration to explore the marina as well as terrestrial nature offerings; and the recently launched delectable Gourmet Burger Menu at Fish Eagle Café.
All Covid-19 protocols are in place at Crocworld and visitors must wear masks covering their nose and mouth at all times, sanitise and follow social distancing regulations.
To find out more about the new happenings at Crocworld Conservation Centre, visit www.crocworld.co.za or ‘Crocworld Conservation Centre’ on Facebook. Alternatively, contact Crocworld Conservation Centre on 039 976 1103. To find out more about Fish Eagle Café, call 083 658 7073 or email email@example.com.