Few people have close encounters with crocodiles and live to tell about them. Fortunately, the clever people of Darwin, Australia have figured out a way to let people safely view these amazing creatures face to face. At Crocosaurus Cove, people can enter water that is shared with some of the world's largest saltwater crocodiles in the Cage of Death. Members of the park staff then feed the reptiles from above to give the people a thrilling experience.
If you would rather put some space between you and the toothy creatures, there are around 100 baby crocs waiting to be fed from a safe distance. They have loads of energy and jump completely out of the water to snatch the food. If such an experience leaves you on edge, there are plenty of more gentle reptiles to be seen. The theme park also boasts a turtle reserve and a freshwater aquarium. Either way, Crocosaurus Cove is a fun way to spend the day with crocodiles, and you are guaranteed to leave with all your limbs.