Swim with Crocodiles in the Cage of Death in Darwin! You will be underwater in an acrylic cage surrounded by huge swarming saltwater crocs. The only question...do you dare?
Swim with Crocodiles in the Cage of Death in Darwin for 2 people! You will be underwater in an acrylic cage surrounded by huge swarming saltwater crocs. The only question...do you dare?
The 'Crocodile Cage of Death' experience is located within Darwin's newest crocodile park attraction. This park is a great place to take family, and allows them the totally unique experience of watching you being lowered in the 'Cage of Death'. This crocodile park allows visitors a unique, up close and personal view of massive saltwater crocodiles and their hatchlings in the world's largest display of Australian reptiles.
Your purpose built acrylic cage is lowered from an overhead monorail into any of the four separate croc enclosures for your up close and personal dive encounter with the park's massive saltwater crocodiles. This park is Darwin's 'must do' attraction for locals and visitors.
Spectators must also pay for entrance to Crocosaurus Cove.
Children under 15 are not permitted in the 'Cage of Death'.
Children between 15 and 18 must be accompanied by a guardian over 18 to enter the 'Cage of Death'.
Participants will be required to sign an Indemnity Release form at Crocosaurus Cove prior to experience and must meet the criteria of the indemnity release form. Participants must be over 16yrs or have parental consent, including parental signing of the indemnity release form. Bookings On Request. Time of experience will be confirmed with booking confirmation. Participants must arrive 20mins prior to confirmed experience time for safety briefing and indemnity release form signing. MAX: 2 people permitted per experience.
Great experience! Got "personal" with a giant croc but felt safe the entire time. Highly recommend!
The Croc Dive was amazing. Would reccomend it to anyone. My fiance purchased it for my birthday and was an awesome experience made possible by adrenalin.
It's the only way to really see crocs
Dive was great fun and although the crocs didn't attack us, the adrenalin was still pumping through our veins!
Very interactive tourist spot. Aside from the croc dive, we were able to hold baby crocs, feed juveniles with a fishing rod, and ask a million questions - even the photographer was a marine biologist.
Darwin, NT (Darwin)