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Nairobi Mamba Village

#14 of 121 things to do in Nairobi Features Animals
Links Road | Nyali, Nairobi, Kenya
+254 735 992686
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Nairobi mamba village--The crocodile home in the city.

It is an interesting place with many crocodiles of various sizes and ages.Also have tortoises in... read more

Reviewed October 1, 2015
mixed feelings

While it is indeed interesting to see crocodiles, the place left a mixed impression. First, you are... read more

Reviewed September 23, 2015
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Links Road | Nyali, Nairobi, Kenya
+254 735 992686
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Reviewed October 1, 2015

It is an interesting place with many crocodiles of various sizes and ages.Also have tortoises in the facility.For those who like to ride in the water there are bicycles that are specifically made for the water. Ideal outing place for the family slightly over 20...More

Thank kirui
Reviewed September 23, 2015

While it is indeed interesting to see crocodiles, the place left a mixed impression. First, you are assigned a guide as soon as you enter the park, whether you like it or not. Now, truth be told, our guide was very nice and friendly and...More

1  Thank Dina M
Reviewed September 14, 2015

Definitely doesn't match up to the Mamba village in Mombasa and therefore i wouldn't consider it a top attraction and "must" see place. Its worth a visit all the same as a family outing. The greater Mamba village is quite expansive, lots of fun for...More

Thank Mstrixie007
Reviewed September 13, 2015 via mobile

This is a great experience if you go at feeding time, which is 4pm on a Sunday!! You get to see the crocodiles whole range of sizes and types!! You can then get some great bbq chicken!

1  Thank McGreevyTeam
Reviewed September 11, 2015

You can carry Crocodiles and turtles while taking the pictures by the guide. The guides and staffs are really nice. If you want a camel riding ,it cost 300 KES

Thank Eric W
Reviewed September 5, 2015

A bit like a small scale African disneyland that tries to cater to many different tourist interests, it still draws locals (especially on Sundays). Get that great crocodile shot, even hold one. Food is more local tourist oriented than international. Still, not a bad place...More

Thank Lloyd C
Reviewed September 2, 2015

The Crocodiles, at feeding time, are an incredible experience...! The handlers, unafraid of the Crocodiles, go down into the pit with barrels of meat and feed these Monsters using only sticks to get them into the water (or they will not eat), before 'handing' meat...More

Thank SimonF1950
Reviewed September 2, 2015

Want to eat after watching crocs eat? Then visit this place. There are activities to help you digest the food well-such as a boat trip or a ride on a camel. Good choice of meats and well served. No place for the vegetarian I guess.

Thank Cta P
Reviewed August 16, 2015

Cool experience playing with baby crocs! Staff are friendly and insightful. The facilities themselves are a bit dated and its shows but otherwise neat little spot!

Thank iriekenny
Reviewed August 14, 2015

Well, nothing much to see or do here except for the crocodile viewing. If lucky, you may get to hold a baby crocodile. Guides will tell you details about the crocs e.g. diet, etc. If you wish to have more activity visit on a Sunday...More

Thank Dhaval P
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Eddie B
How much is admission to the Park?
January 15, 2016|
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Response from Sandhya G | Reviewed this property |
Hi Eddie, I am sorry,i don't remember since we were a large group of 15 odd people,one of us booked the ticket. you can check online though.