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Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death Darwin

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Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death
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    Excellent trip, well organized 👏

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    Amazing experience, typical friendly Australian, I would love to do it with all 3 crocodile 🐊 😍

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    You don't have to go far in Darwin find the the famous Saltwater crocodiles- notorious for being prehistoric killing machines.
     
    Darwin is home to the worlds largest population of these reptiles and the surrounding national parks are flooded with warning signs displaying the danger of these large predators.
     
    But venture no further than the central city and smack bang in the middle of Darwin town on Mitchell Street is Crocasaurus... the only place in the world were you can experience Salties up close and personal in the 'Cage of Death'.
     
    Entering the front of the park through huge water freshwater fish tanks emerging into the sun light to see huge tanks housing croc's - from interactive baby croc enclosures to climbing into a
    cylinder tank get & lowered into water to splash around with fully grown 5 metre long monsters.
     
    I love a good adrenalin kick- but there's something about being in the water with these beasts that sent chills up my spine and made breathing a bit more rapid than usual.
    Although it was dry season the crocs were very relaxed it was a thrill to be so close to these dangerous reptiles.
     
    Check out your photos and DVD after your dive - you might have missed seeing that croc sneaking up behind you and try to make you a mid afternoon snack.
    A must do if your into really experiencing one of Australia's deadliest icons!
     

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    Reviewed 12 Aug 2012 by Everything Travel Group (Laura)

    Latest Questions about Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death (Darwin)

    Hi, do you supply goggles/ face mask, or do I have to bring my own. I wear contact lenses . Thanks Cheryl

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    Hiya Cheryl, Thanks so much for your enquirey into the Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death. They do provide you with goggles on the day, you will only be submerged halfway in the water so you can take your time going under the water and popping back up. If you have your own special subscription glasses you're more than welcome to bring these along with you.

    Comment by: Karma on 1st Mar 23 at 10:21

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    Can my friend photograph me in the cage from outside or only option is to purchase photograph service from crocasorus cove as extras.

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    Can you take your own camera into the cage?

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    Hi Esmee, yes you are allowed to take your own camera into the Crocosaurus Cage of Death however obviously it will just need to be waterproof!!

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 11th Sep 14 at 17:03

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    can we use our own cameras

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    Hi Mark, yes you can take your own underwater camera in the Cage of Death with you.

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 7th May 14 at 17:50

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    how big are the crocodiles?

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    Hi Nick. Salt water crocodiles grow upwards of 5 metres in length and there are some 5 metre plus crocodiles used in the Cage of Death experience in Darwin.

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 8th Jul 13 at 19:50

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    Do we need to make a booking for the cage of death or can we just show up? If we need to book how do we go about doing that? FYI - We will be getting there on a Saturday.

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    Hi Alan. Yes you will need to make a booking for the Crocosaurus Cove cage of death as it is very popular and often gets booked up. You can book via the organge Book Now button using tour credit card via and we will email you straight back with your booking confirmation and e ticket with all the details on it.


    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 22nd May 13 at 12:02

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