The course starts at 09:30 sharp with an introduction to “What’s a reptile?”, an overview of the common venomous snakes of KwaZulu-Natal, and what to do if a snake is encountered. The rest of the show is very interactive with lots to hold, touch and see. The show is very educational, entertaining, and interactive and the parents will enjoy it just as much as the kids. The course will end at 13:00.
Our minimum age requirement for this course is 5 years old and the maximum is 12 years old.
- We allow two adults per family booking to accompany their child/children for the course. Please note, no extra children (unless booked on the course) or additional parties will be allowed to ‘tag along’ with their siblings/friends for the course.
- There will be a few breaks in between for the children to stretch legs and get rid of some energy. The venue has a restaurant for when the children get hungry.
- The course cost is R 350.00 per child (including the attending parents/guardians). The course fee includes free entry into PheZulu Safari Park’s Reptile section for the children only. Parents will need to pay the R60.00pp entrance fee to join them.
Payment confirms your booking. We have limited space available, and spaces are reserved on a first come, first serve basis and are confirmed by payment only. Failure to pay will result in your spot being filled by the next paid booking.
There are no cancellation fees for changes or cancellation to your booking 48 hours prior to the course date. For cancellations or changes within 48 hours of the course date, we charge a 50% cancellation fee and for nonattendance on the day of the course we charge a 100% cancellation fee.
Please note, we have limited spaces available. Please book and pay early to avoid disappointment. To book, please follow this link and click on the relevant date. Complete the booking form and online payment, and send proof of payment to Lisa at email@example.com.
Certificates and course material:
Each delegate will receive a digital course certificate, Kids’ Snakes of Southern Africa poster, and an ASI Snakes and Ladders boardgame.