- 15 minutes in the Cage of Death for 1-2 people
- Full day entry to Crocosaurus Cove for 1-2 people
- 360-degree views of you and the crocs captured by on-site photographers
Why do we love this
We love how exciting (or scary) this tour is. It's a unique experience that gives you a taste of the wild NT!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Come face to face with the deadly giant saltwater crocodile on this once in a lifetime adventure. Crocosaurus Cove is an incredible wildlife park, also home to the world’s biggest collection of Australian reptiles and aquatic creatures, with a huge 200,000-litre freshwater aquarium full of incredible underwater life!
Experience the Cage of Death, and descend into the depths of the crocodile enclosure. Get up close and personal with the biggest reptile on earth, as the Cage of Death suspends you over these prehistoric beasts before plunging you deep into the enclosure to get a closer look!
Located in the heart of Darwin city, Crocosarus Cove is easy to locate. It's an exciting place, offering guests the opportunity to come face to face with one of the deadliest creatures. It's home to Australia’s only crocodile dive, the Cage of Death. For those with a sense of adventure, a love for the extreme and a taste for the unusual, this is a must-do for anyone!
Climb into the Cage of Death and experience 15 adrenaline-filled minutes in the enclosure with the famous crocs. From your unique underwater perch, watch as the trained croc-handlers feed these prehistoric beasts and witness their ferocious clamping jaws. Keep an eye out for the roll of death, the crocodile’s signature knock-out move!
The Cage of Death is designed for 2 people to have a unique up-close glimpse into the world of the giant saltwater crocodile. Operated by an overhead monorail, you will be suspended above the enclosure, capturing a unique birds-eye perspective of the crocs before being lowered into the depths for a close-up encounter with the crocs. Capture this once in a lifetime experience on film as amazing photographers take 360-degree panoramas of both you and the crocs.
There are 11 session times daily, between 9.30am and 5.00pm.