For those who love reptiles come to the Snake park and have fun. Its central location ensures easy access.
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My first time to see a snake face-face was at snake park, thank God they were tamed.I was really terrified but it was such a great experience, there were many varieties of them some which are very beautiful.
I found this disgusting and depressing. The snakes are in small glass tanks and the giant cobras in a bit glass tank. Crocs and alligators are in spaces too small too. The reptiles do not look well.
If you need to have more knowledge about the snakes this is place to be.We need to educate our society about the importance of these reptile sin our ecosystems for the sake of our future generations.
We visited the snake park after visiting the museum. I would have been disappointed if I had gone out of my way to visit only the snake park as the staff was apathetic, preferring to chat and remain glued to their cell phones than to...More
This park can be combined with a visit to the Museum, however there is a reason for that, its coz there isnt too much to see here...yes there are a few snakes, crocs etc...but for the larger part its quite a let down...can be skipped.
A nice place very near the Nairobi city centre, You get to see some of the major types of snakes of Africa. The park is also adjacent to the famous Kenya National Museum hence easy to combine a tour of two places together. Its surrounded...More
The exhibition is good. theres room for improvement, especially in the alligators and crocodiles cages. The snakes are confined in small premises. However, if you are at the National Museum, buy the combined ticket and take 40 min to watch the reptiles.