If you’re looking for a one of a kind thrilling experience, consider flying to Australia and jump into the Cage of Death. Sounds pretty scary right? Well, it is!
The Cage of Death is an attraction at the Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, Australia that allows visitors to dive with saltwater crocodiles.
The only thing that protects you from the deadly crocs is a transparent acrylic enclosure.
This allows visitors to come face to face with the giant predators.
Up to two people can fit in the 9-foot-high cage at a time which is suspended above the crocs before being lowered into the water.
Professional handlers strategically feed the crocodile to ensure they swim right in front of you to say hello.
The Crocosaurus Cove Park opened in 2008 and holds approximately 200 crocodiles and some of the world’s largest saltwater crocs.
Tourists can enjoy a 360-degree view of the underwater world with crocodiles swimming around.
If watching the crocs face to face makes you chicken out, you can see them from a more comfortable distance instead.
The cage of death operates 12 times a day.
For about $126 for a single visitor and about $190 for two, guests can have a 15 minutes session with the crocodiles.
One of the park’s most popular attraction is Chopper, a 58-stone croc with huge chomping jaws.
Surely sharing the same space with a crocodile is an unforgettable experience.
Just make sure to gather enough courage before jumping into the cage of death.
As getting close to the crocs even with the acrylic cage is still terrifying, especially for timid travelers.
But don’t worry, the enclosure is perfectly safe.
Besides, visitors must first meet the age requirements and undergo a brief safety training before braving the cage.
Would you dare try swimming with the crocs or just stay comfortably on land? Have your say in the comments are below.