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Address: Malindi Road, Kenya

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A VISIT TO BAMBURI NATURE TRAIL

Hi, We are planning a visit to Bamburi on 7th November 2016. 78 Pupils and 10 Staff. Kindly let me know your contacts, contact Person and your rates both for pupils age bracket... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2016
Caroline M
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

Hi, We are planning a visit to Bamburi on 7th November 2016. 78 Pupils and 10 Staff. Kindly let me know your contacts, contact Person and your rates both for pupils age bracket (11-14) and adults. And is Bamburi same as Haller PArk. Their contacts too if you know. Thanks

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Nairobi, Kenya
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Reviewed 21 July 2014

its a really cool place with so many trees. the temparatures here are usually cooler and feels like the highlands. There is a snake park, hippos, buffalo, giraffes, lots of monkeys and huge tortoises among others

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Reviewed 21 August 2011

The Nature Trails domain is situated opposite the entrance to the Bamburi Beach Hotel and Yul's. Just like its "sister park" Haller Park, it is a 'cement' mine given back to nature. After you pay your humble entrance fee you're free to roam the park. It has three different trails: yellow, red and blue. Or walking, jogging and biking. The... More 

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