Reptile & Conservation Park

Situated in Chameleon Village on the R104 (Rustenberg road) approximately 200 meters from the Damdoryn 4 way stop; started in 2000 and has been doing eco talks for the past 16 years.

We are proud to say that we house large variety of Reptiles, including Snakes, Crocodiles, Lizards, Tortoises, as well as a variety of Tarantulas and frogs.

Our reptile exhibits include the Africa’s most venomous snake the Boomslang, the world’s longest snake the Reticulated Python plus of course, Africa’s most feared snake, the Black Mamba.

We also house a variety of small mammals inter alia, Monkeys, Caracals, Jackals, Meerkats and Raccoons.

We are true conservationists boasting a Tortoise sanctuary where we rehabilitate rescued Tortoises that are picked up from the road side, or confiscated from illegal sellers.

Through our park and demonstrations we strive to educate on conservation and understanding of Reptiles limiting the senseless deaths which occur, both reptile and human.
We are open daily from 8am to 5pm and offer live Snake shows and Crocodile feeding on weekends, public holidays and during the week (for booked groups only).

Live Snake Shows at: 11am
  1pm
  3pm
Adults R80
Pensioners R70
Children R40
Kids under 3yrs Free

Discounted rates offered on groups or school bookings

We also offer:

  • Fun and interesting educational tours for schools to spend the day with us. 
  • We are the zoo that comes to you; whereby giving the opportunity for students to learn about snakes and other reptiles with the convenience of the demonstration coming to you.
  • Books us for an exclusive Amphibian and Snake Awareness birthday party and/or function.
  • Snake Handling Courses.
  • Rescue & relocate snakes from residential areas that would otherwise be killed.

Office Hours Contact            : Desiree (012) 253 5119              

After Hours Contact  : Greg Strydom 082 469 2979

Email Address            : chameleonvillagereptilepark@gmail.com

Face Book       : https://www.facebook.com/Chameleon-Village-Reptile-and-Conservation-park-1425291094396920/