waste of time...more of a zoo than anything else and not a great one at that. Should have saved the $10 and skipped the croc feeding
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About Nairobi Mamba Village
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The guides were very good but the place was run down. They told us it was under renovation. We found the fish suffocating because the one pump serving all the fish had broken down. It's a good place to see crocs but that's all you...More
there's a guy that walks around with you that is so knowledgable about animals. It'd amazing. You see crocodiles and turtles and can hold one of each. Theres a big lake in the shape of Africa that you can walk around.
This place is supposed to be a crocodile park, but its comparatively a small place where crocodiles and tortoises are kept in captivity. One can get a chance to hold younger crocodiles and tortoises and in the evening see the feeding of crocodiles (p.s. only...More
This place is awesome to visit. If you want to see crocodiles up close, this is the place. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We were allowed to hold baby crocs for pictures, which my son and myself loved. Good place to spend some...More
Mamba village is one of those places to go if you want to kill an hour with children or visitors. The crocodile area is vastly over populated, and a little terrifying. The guide, David, is excellent at his job. He will provide you with lots...More
First impression of the crocodile area wasn't great, but our guide, David, was incredible. He explained a great deal about the crocs. And let us hold one. He was informative without boring the children. There was tortoises and ostriches there as well. There was an...More
We went here as a recommendation by our driver following our visits to DSWT and the Giraffe Centre. The enclosures were small and dirty, the animals didn't appears in a very good condition. We ordered food from the buffet for the two of us and...More
Although the road to the village is bumpy, the village is a surprise. You can visit for free the restuarant which has good food, but the crocodiles and rides cost (but are cheap). There are many cats wandering the place.
Was very disappointed to see overcrowded and filthy conditions at Mamba village. The crocodile pens were overcrowded and the pools had stagnant algae covered filthy water. I was curious to know what they did with all these crocodiles. There were some new hatch lings as...More