We came here to see the various animals they had in this park. It was very organized and we got to see a lot of things and some things we didn't. Plan to stay for at least 3 hours to get in all of the...More
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Amazing man made park from a reclaimed excavation site(stones) many tame animals , see snakes crocodiles and their famous giant tortoises. Stay away from that damn mongoose ...it bites but it is rabies vaccinated.they have a nice place to cycle and a nice lake for...More
That must have been 100 + kilos and took his sweet time living life. Crocs were in abundance as were the kids and keepers. Mombasa still is one of my favorite towns.
This is a bio diversity park and is amazing place. It's well run and a fantastic place in the middle of a busy city. We loved the place
Not a very good experienced , no guides available to take you around the park , The place has not bee cared for.pats overgrown, fences broken Cafe closed so no place for refreshments and very overprices for a visit that now only takes 30 minutes...More
Went to this animal park with my family. Very friendly staff and there is so much to see and do within the park. Of special mention is the feeding times for the crocodiles, buffalo, hippopotamus, antelope, snake packs and giraffe. Awesome day!!
Located on the main road and easy to find.An old quarry that has been turned into a wetlands. Down a flight of stairs and through a lovely forest ,one comes up to a large hut from which directions are issued and a video is available...More
Well worth spending half a day. Its a lovely little forested area right off a very very busy road. Which also contributes to the only downside which is that you can hear a slight buzz from the traffic anywhere you are in the park. That...More
The place is good as has a wide variety of snakes and the best are the huge turtles whose age is around a 100 years. Nothing extraordinary if you have been to any of the parks in the country.