Crocworld has your weekend plans covered!

Crocworld Conservation Centre on the KZN South Coast has some great news for families in need of a fun weekend activity in a safe, relaxed environment – the centre is open to the public once again! “It’s been an incredibly difficult time for South African citizens this past week, but through the combined efforts of the community, our security and law enforcement, Crocworld and its residents were kept safe throughout,” said Crocworld Conservation Centre’s Centre Manager, James Wittstock. “We’re all in need of a bit of an unwind now, and with our beautiful grounds home to more than 400 interesting and exciting animals, this is the perfect space to bond with the family while drawing on the rejuvenating energy of the natural world. We’re also delighted to announce that our popular Fish Eagle Café is open to patrons looking for delicious food with exceptional sea views!” Visitors should take note that the country is under Adjusted Alert Level 4 restrictions and all Covid-19 protocols will be in place including mandatory mask wearing, social distancing and sanitising. For more information about Crocworld Conservation Centre, visit or ‘Crocworld Conservation Centre’ on Facebook, or contact Crocworld Conservation Centre on 039 976 1103.