***EDIT At the end of March we expanded the enclosure of Jewels the croc (featured here in the picture). The stress of being captured and the new changes to her enclosure still have her somewhat unsettled, so we will be continuing to decline visitors until such a time when Jewels is completely settled into her new environment. We apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment caused, but our animals physical and mental well being is top priority. If we miss you on this trip, please look us up next time.

Our organization focuses on wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, and as such most of our wildlife are in rehab and are not available for public viewing as the stress can hinder the rehab process. We do however have a few unreleasable animals (crocodiles, turtles, iguanas, birds) on our property which people are welcome to schedule a time to come visit and learn about. Please keep in mind we are a rehab center and not a zoo, and after struggling financially to get through the pandemic and lockdowns, we are still very much a work in progress. That being said, your visit will be very educational and focuses on conservation and protection of our native wildlife. While we don’t have a facility the size of a zoo, we guarantee you’ll walk away with a new level of appreciation for some magnificent creatures who call the island home.

We don’t charge for our time, but do ask that you make a donation towards our non-profit work so we can continue being a free-of-charge service to our community and wildlife.

To schedule a visit, please contact or call