Alligator Adventure, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

4604 Hwy 17, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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Submitted by: Jasmine N.

This is one of the coolest and most original places I've ever been to!  I cannot believe how many alligators and crocodiles they have in this place as well as other animals like tigers, big and little (who are all on each other like it's mating season) turtles, snakes, the donkey and the zebra.   My favorite was 'Bob'- the alligator born without a tail.  He even has his own little house.  My husband fell in love with him.   The price is great and the facilities are very well run and clean.  Definitely stay for a feeding.  I can't believe a gator can jump that high.  My family lives in Myrtle and I've been telling them to go here for 2 years.  They still haven't gone, so I've just continued to badger them.  O...

Submitted by: Jeff S.

Every time I went to Myrtle Beach I wondered about this place.  On a recent visit I decided to satisfy my curiosity.  And I am glad I did. I expected to see alligators and crocodiles but I didn't expect to see the various other animals including birds, turtles, lemurs, tigers, camels and more. This is a great place for any animal lover, ...

Submitted by: Jeff F.

My fiancee and I were in Myrtle Beach for my birthday, and based on all the reviews I had seen we decided to visit Alligator Adventure. It was definitely worth it! As you would expect from the name, the park contains mostly alligators and crocodiles. However you will also find turtles, snakes, birds, lemurs, two tigers, and when we went they also had an exhibit housing a baby zebra, baby camel, and baby donkey together. It's only a 15 acre park, but we easily spent almost 3.5 hours there. Additionally, with each ticket you buy for admission you are granted a free second day in the park (to be used within 7 days). You should make sure to catch all the feedings and shows. We went during the tourism off-season ...

Submitted by: Roger S.

I'm glad my kids don't want to go here anymore.  It's modestly ent...

Submitted by: Jay P.

We've been here several times over the years.  When we first stopped in the expectations weren't high, looking at it from the road it looks like a roadside dump.  Once we went in it became one of our favorite attractions here.  There is a very large variety of reptiles on display along with otters, birds, ...

Submitted by: A H.

My boyfriend and I had a blast.  Not sure about my best friend.  She was off getting sweet tea and texting people half the time.  What we loved: playing with one of the tigers until it playfully charged at us (from inside the cage, duh), seeing the baby lemur and HUGE snakes, the misty sprinklers to cool us off, holding a 3-foot alligator (go to the "shows" if you can and you get to do this too - the shows are short though so show up early to get in the front row), and seeing the alligators and crocs get along with turtles (I had no idea this was possible).  The big tortoises are really cool.  They came over and said hi to us.  As did one of the smaller snakes (that was kind of freaky). Overall not a bad pla...

Submitted by: Elena T.

Welcome to the "Reptile Capital of the World" home of Utan, The King of Crocs, the largest crocodile to ever be exhibited in the United States. In case you're wondering his jaws bite pressure is a mind boggling 5 tons PSI!  Utan photos and trivia: http://shoutaboutcarol... Tickets: Adults $16.95, Seniors $14.95, Children ages 4-12 are $10.95; under 3 get in free. Tips to know before you go: 1. Start your tour at the other end to avoid the alligator "fatigue" (there are hundreds thorughout the zoo) and say hello to: Bob the alligator without a yail,  "The Swamp White Ghost" albino alligator, the fake Gharial and the chinese Alligators. 2. Plan your visit after Spring Break as this is when the live feedings st...

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