Opening at 10:00 am and closing at 22:00 pm, every day except Mondays, where the Serpentarium is closed. Home to more than 80 different species of slithering snakes, Reptile World Serpentarium some interesting house guests to meet. Snake and reptile fans will love the exotic mixture of both harmless and lethal snakes here at the Serpentarium. For more than 40 years Reptile World Serpentarium has been extremely popular and is still drawing in holidaymakers and tourists from around the world. Hence the reason why, Reptile World is still going strong today. You must come, visit and explore. See for yourself what Reptile World Serpentarium has on display. Touch and handle some of the planets most divine cold-blooded creatures.
Reptile World Serpentarium Snakes
There are some marvellous sights to see. For example, the beautiful, but deadly King Cobras bring in their own fair share of visitors. One King Cobra in particular, is a staggering 13 feet in length. They make brilliant selfie pictures to share with your friends. In fact, there are fifteen different species of cobra to see here. Also, the humble Black Mamba, unaware that she is the fastest and deadliest snake in the world, resides here too, along with two other green mamba species. 18 unique species of rattlesnakes elegantly writhe and slither in their enclosures, watch them feed and slink about. Multiple species of Viper, Boa Constrictor, Pythons and others as well as Anacondas reside here at the serpentarium. Deadly varieties, first and foremost are what reptile lovers come to the Serpentarium to see and ; all six varieties of Florida’s deadly snakes are here waiting for visitors.
Safety first; viewing the reptiles at the serpentarium from a safe distance in their glass panelled housing is paramount and all safety regulations must be adhered to always. Watch the venom extraction show from a safe distance and be mindful how delicate the technique is. See how careful the snake handlers have to be from a safe distance behind the safety screening glass. Also, watch the venom closely as the milking process extracts the deadly toxins from the snakes. One lapse in concentration could be fatal; venomous snakes should never be underestimated or approached in the wild. See a comprehensive article about Florida’s six venomous snakes. What you should and should not do if you encounter one.