The Coronavirus is extremely contagious and can be potentially very dangerous. We as Crocworld Conservation Centre, take the health, hygiene and safety of our valued customers and our staff very seriously. We have put measures in place in an attempt to ensure that we offer a safe and healthy environment for both the people and animals onsite.
Updated measures effective from 13th of August 2021 "Alert Level 2"
These measures include:
It is compulsory for a face mask to be worn at all times.
Family group social distancing is to be adhered to at all times, family groups that arrive together may remain in close proximity to each other, however please ensure that a safe social distance of 1.5m is adhered to between family groups.
The frequency of cleaning in high traffic areas has been increased considerably and visitors are requested to refrain from touching exhibits and railings.
There will be crocodile feeds Tuesdays to Sundays 11am and 3pm. Young crocodile handling after each croc feed in designated interaction area.
Kwa-Zulu Natal Health and South Coast Tourism have put in additional measures that are required when entering a public area. Temperature screening and assessment forms to be filled in per person entering.
Fish Eagle Café is open for sit down at 50% capacity.
There could be changes which may come into effect without notice, this could include closing the centre to the public if the need arises, for a prescribed period of time.