At the world's largest reptile park, Alligator Adventure, observe over 800 alligators as you walk above on boardwalks. ... More
At the world's largest reptile park, Alligator Adventure, observe over 800 alligators as you walk above on boardwalks. The alligators (including two rare albinos) range in size from 8-inch newborns to 13-foot adults. Listen to a lecture and watch as the staff feeds these fascinating animals. You can also see tortoises, exotic birds and komodo dragons, and snakes and frogs of all kinds in the large serpent house.
I feel so sorry for all the caged animals, especially the tiger's. The facility just doesn't have the room for these kinds of animals. They all look so sad, probably because they are. They need room to run and enjoy life. This is no life for these animals just to be on display for the people to see. They need to be in a zoo with lot's of land to roam on. SO SAD!
I've worked with wildlife rescue, animal sanctuaries, and numerous other animal programs over several decades and I found this to be one of the best run facilities I've ever seen. I've seen far to many places where staff had only minimal training but those at Alligator Adventure were extremely professional and clearly quite knowledgeable. I was greatly impressed and would highly recommend this place to anyone.
My family and I recently went to Alligator Adventure and we had a blast! The variety of reptiles they have at the park is awesome! And the shows were really neat and informative. A great place to go no matter what your age is! And if your a big fan of reptiles you are in for a treat!
Great place to take the kids, I have not seen a kid yet that didn't like this place. The ticket price is very reasonable since the next day is free. If you do go I have one bit of info, the park is open till 11:00 so if you go in the summer months it is best to go about 6:00 when the crowds thin out and the heat of the day burns off, also the animals seem more active at dusk.
there was nothing not to like. very fun and excited i love when they have the feeding time. best of all i like how they take good care of them all. we are coming back this year and probably will be back.
We visited Alligator Adventure in June 2008 with our two sons - then 3 yrs. old and 6 mo. old. The park, staff and animals were fantastic! Drinks, snacks and t-shirts inside the park were very reasonably priced, too. We used our second day on our way home from the beach and it was a nice end to a vacation.
My family loves Alligator Adventure. The 2nd day free promotion is great as well. We save the second day to go back and catch a show or watch a feeding. Another option my teenager enjoys is going at night one visit and daytime the next. Visiting at night is another experience altogether. You can't see as many gators but you hear them snapping in the water all around you! Anytime we go with anyone new to Myrtle Beach we take them to Alligator Adventure and most are hesitant at first but end up loving it by the time they are done. Besides being entertaining, it's quite educational for young and old alike. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
My family loves Alligator Adventure, especially the grandkids. The workers are very friendly & are willing to talk to you about their animals
Also the best thing is you get 2 days for the price of one.
This place was expensive ($18 for an adult), but it was still worth seeing. My favorite was the largest croc on display in the U.S. It was over 20 feet long!! I've never seen anything so huge. It was interesting to walk around and see all the different types of alligators. I also got to see a feeding show, which was interesting because many of the crocs jumps out of the water to catch the food.
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