Wow, lions, leopards and Cheetahs being fed, I hadn’t seen any of them being fed before. It was a great scene. Although I must admit the Baboons left roaming around was a little scary. All in all glad I visited the park.
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Great place to visit with kids. Lots and lots of rescued animals. Entrance is USD 50 for non-residents and Ksh 1200 for residents. Must visit along with the Animal safari next door .
The animals were rescued as orphans and will never be released into the wild. Their enclosures lacked any type of enrichment so the animals are just sitting and doing nothing, they look miserable. Our guide was lovely, she was very knowledgeable on the history's of...More
This is the one place where both adults and children can enjoy. We especially loved the lions and the proximity to them although some looked pretty old.
This was highly recommended by a friend of mine and I don't know why; this is a second rate zoo with more "exotic" animals than you would typically see in the US, but otherwise disappointing. There was a hyena who just kept pacing back and...More
Best 1 hour spent. Several Baby Elephants recued from the wild put on a playful show. Very interactive as you can feed and touch. The mud bath is hilarious as each jockey for position in a mud pool. Very entertaining and well worth the visit.
i ended up here by mistake. 22usd to see lots of very unhappy caged animals. I am sure they are there for legitimate reasons but they are clearly depressed in tiny enclosures. don't waste your money go and see them happy in their natural environment
This facility rehabilitates injured animals so they can go back to the wild. We saw a lot of different animals, including a cheetah that had been there since kittenhood. A little zoo-ish in places, with what looked like too small enclosures, but overall the animals...More