What makes us really different, is our hands on and personal approach. With guided tours that can be structured around the relevant age and curriculum (from pre-primary to high school) to maximize the learning experience whilst still keeping it interesting, and hands on demonstrations giving the children a chance to interact with the reptiles.
Our aim is really to educate and about the dangers and beauty of these creatures whilst eradicating the myths at the same time. People will leave knowing the difference between venomous and non, between a spotted bush snake and a green mamba, and how to react in a dangerous situation with a snake as well as (and more importantly) how to avoid a dangerous encounter.
The park also gives courses on basic snake handling, first aid and how to handle snake encounters.All Guided tours that are offered, are facilitated by the most knowledgeable and professionally trained tour guides, we specialize in educating people about indigenous snakes.
The park is Owned by Neville Wolmarans, Born in Zambia, grew up in the bush and caught his first black mamba before he was 16yrs old. Did field studies with herpetologists, specialising in snakes.Has been on the North coast for 17 years.Neville offers courses teaching people of the importance of snakes to the environment and how to make your immediate environment less attractive to them.