We did really enjoy our visit. As well as the crocs our daughter got to hold a pretty big python. The staff are enthusiastic. They managed the boat well, as you can imagine with a number of people, including kids, there is a risk that people end up running all over the place, which a) wouldn't be safe and b) wouldn't allow everyone to get a fair opportunity to view the crocs. I actually also liked the fact that they didn't wait for a late arrival so you have been warned, arrived on time, which means at least 10-15mins before the scheduled departure.
It was great seeing the crocs in their natural environment, I.e. much better than the zoos etc. Also in a way better than in the billabongs where you won't feed them so only get a limited view (although that is very cool too). Seeing the crocs clearing their body length out of the water was amazing! And then of course all the interesting information that the staff teach you about the crocs and environment is very interesting too, one leaves with even greater respect for them.
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