Crested geckos require higher humidity and lower temperatures than most commonly kept reptile species, so a glass terrarium is a great choice for them. Because crested geckos are arboreal they will need more height than depth, and a 45 x 45 x 60cm (18 x 18 x 24”) is the minimum size for a single crested gecko. Bigger is better though and we would advise going for the bigger enclosure, such as the 60 x 45 x 60cm (24 x 18 x 24”). While shedding, they can become less “sticky” from going into shed, so it’s a good practice to provide a crested gecko with a Reptihammock. As these geckos are nocturnal, it is important to provide cover for hiding behind during the day. Plastic and silk plants are great for this. Crested geckos are also masters of their arboreal domain, and will very much appreciate a variety of climbing structures within their tank. Do not over clutter the tank. Leave plenty of open space.