Crocodile Park, Torremolinos
About Crocodile Park, Torremolinos
Crocodile Park, Torremolinos - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle de Cuba, 14, 29620 Torremolinos, Málaga, Spain
Ticket Price: 11 EUR
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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This park as the name suggests conserves beautiful specimens of crocodiles of various species. The park moved down to its present location in 2003 and it is well equipped with facilities that enable you to get the closest encounter with crocodiles of all colors and sizes.
There is also the African Museum here which is highly recommended. Here you will get to know a lot about the life of these reptiles. The best bonus is that you get to photograph yourself with a baby croc in your arms. They also organize exhibitions on how the caretakers feed the animals, especially Europe’s largest crocodile names as ‘The Great Paco’.
Crocodile Park Information
- Make sure you follow all the instructions of the guide.
- Do not throw any kind of food at the animals.
Crocodile Park Ticket Prices
- Kids (4-12 years)- 8.50 EUR
- Senior citizens (65+ years) 9 EUR
- Children under 4 years- free
- Group bookings have separate charges.
Crocodile Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Guided tours everyday at 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM and 3:30 PM
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My partner and I had a pretty good time here. It's not a very big park, so don't expect to be able to easily spend half a day here. We were done with the park after about 1.5/2 hours. I can really recommend the "hold the baby crocodile" experience, as it blew my mind how different it felt to what I expected. It's €2 per person, although you're not allowed to take your own picture (you can buy the professional picture from the shop at the entrance). Stick around for feeding time, because it really shows you how powerful these animals are. I do have to say they don't seem as clever as you'd think. My partner described them as "the jock within the animal kingdom."
My dad and I went to this attraction on the final day of our holiday in Spain in June 2014 and we saw lots of crocodiles and alligators. It has also includes turtles and birds like ducks. I was holding a baby crocodile and I was brave. It didn't attack me at all because its jaw was tightened shut by a rubber band or something else. We are the visitors from Ireland.
Small, but definitely worth a trip. 45 euros for 2 adults and one child. Feels very empty on arrival, but majority of animals are at the back. Zoo keepers are on hand to answer questions; hold baby crocodile (no photos allowed so they can make more money out of you); and for feeding time which is - albeit entertaining - not without some risks. There is a video room showing animals in the wild being eaten etc - not great for young kids to watch.
This was an amazing day out with our 3 Children raging from 4-12 very educational and the tour guide was amazing us adults even enjoyed our day
Very lovely place I loved getting a picture with the baby crocodile beautiful place would really recommend it something different then a normal zoo food is lovely and staff is very nice my family loved it thank you
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