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One ticket gets you into three attractions. Lots of shops and places to eat. Lots of history. Very well laid out. Best bit is the crocodile part. Very well laid out. Crocodiles gave do much space and they are clearly happy and well cared for....More
You can access here by purchasing a ticket that gives you all three attractions of this park, the Lala Hadria Museum, the Crocodiles and the Heritage = Djerba Explore together at a cost of 20TND but be aware that their credit card machine does not...More
My girlfriend wanted to go to this. I obliged. Turned out I absolutely loved it. It consists of the Museum, Crocodile farm, shops, and Djerba Village (interactive museum). I loved all of this. Fairly cheap and you can spent a solid 2-3 hours in it.
A nice place full of history, adventure like style and you can set your inner Indiana Jones out for a while, artisans are more than freindly all smiley and will do all they can to help and guide you through the site. Crocodile's Park is...More
A charming little place with three differnt places to see: a mesuem, a village park and cocodile aprk you'll be amzed with you'll see for lamost nothing (3 euros), the visit through this place would take a ful evenning.
We visited this site on a nice sunny day in low season. We didn't expect much, so were quite surprised that it had so much to offer. First there was the museum that told the interesting story of the region. And continuing to the crocodiles,...More
I visited this place many times but still each time I go to Djerba I love to go there. Better to visit this place in the afternoon time since there is more activities but morning time there is nothing interesting especially in summer time when...More
I have focused with my children on the crodoles park. That was a nice circuit. We have witnessed the "dinner time" of the croco's. We have seen their group movement towards the feeding points at 17:00 p.m.