Friday, July 6, 2012

Darwin : Swim with Crocodiles in the Cage of Death

Tropical capital city of the Northern Territory, Darwin (Australia), is a popular tourist destination for Singaporeans which offer many attractions. One of the most unconventional things to do in Darwin is probably the Crocosaurus Cove's Cage of Death. The park allows visitors a unique, up close and personal view of Australia’s iconic Saltwater Crocodiles. You can swim with the crocs here, hold a baby crocodile, fish for crocodiles and even feed a big crocodile.

The most interesting one is probably the swim with Crocodiles in the Cage of Death attraction where you can jump into a glass cage while an ultra large salt water crocodile is swimming around you (see the video below). Do not worry about the glass breakdown since the cage is made of more powerful acrylic glass and withstand many bites. This 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. [1]

Of course if you want to experience the crocodiles in their natural environment, you can take a cruise on Adelaide River where crocodiles will jump out of the river!

[1] - Swim With Crocodiles in the Cage Of Death & Cove Entry - Darwin, NT

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