Connect with Nature
Escape into a world of natural beauty and wonder with just a 40 minute drive from Durban.
Come and enjoy an exciting and educational experience, getting up close and personal with our wonderful creatures. Relax in indigenous landscaped gardens and take in our beautiful sea views.
We are open seven days a week:
Out of Season: 8am – 4:30pm
During Holidays: 8am – 5pm
The only day you won’t be able to visit us is Christmas Day.
Adults: R65 per person
Children: R40 per person (Between the ages of 4-12 qualify as a child) Children under 4 are free
Pensioners Rate: R45 per person
School Tours: R30 per child
Tour Groups: R50 per person (groups of 20 individuals or more)
Come join us from the 14th of December 2015 to 10th of January 2016 where there will be a daily guided dune forest walk @ 12:00 once a day 1km in total. Don’t miss out on this.
Crocworld Conservation Center are now offering an annual membership card! The costs are: Adults R210 pp; Children (4-12) R140 pp; Pensioners (60+) R160 pp and a Family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children) – R600.
The card will allow for free entrance to Crocworld for a year as well as 10% discount on certain items at the curio shop plus 10% discount on wedding, conference venue or children’s party hire costs. Click here to read more about it…
Gardening Expert Geoff Nichols to give talk on Indigenous Medicinal Plants at Crocworld Conservation CentreConservation,Events,Home,Latest News
On 13th February, renowned horticulturalist Geoff Nichols will kick off Crocworld Conservation Centre’s fourth year of monthly environmental talks. The talks, whose purpose is to inform and enthuse the general public about the exceptional flora and fauna of Southern Africa, have become increasingly popular since their inception in 2013 – with Nichols’ talk promising to bring in a larger audience than ever. The upcoming lecture is entitled “How To Grow And Conserve Indigenous Medicinal Plants”, and will give guests an insight into the twenty native species most coveted by traditional healers and herb gatherers.
There are many things to do at Crocworld, all with the aim of connecting people to nature please contact Crocworld Conservation Centre for more information.