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Nairobi Mamba Village, Nairobi

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Paddle a boat, pet a baby crocodile, and play with tortoises at Nairobi Mamba Village, a private crocodile farm. In addition to crocodile ponds, the establishment has a giraffe pen and an ostrich enclosure. Centered on a manmade lake amidst lush greenery, the village also features a mini-amusement park, restaurant, and club. Watch the daily feeding of the crocs, while rabbits and tortoises roam the yard. Get a guide or stroll around at your pace. Try fresh grilled crocodile meat. A visit to Nairobi Mamba Village represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Nairobi trip maker website to plot your vacation.
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  • The crocodiles,the turtles they are so real.They are not frightening but they can sent some chills to your spines if you are afraid of them.I was even tempted to touch the turtle.It looked really cute...  more »
  • There is no doubt that this is a great facility - a garden setting with a good lunch, from a limited set menu. Lunch was tasty and fresh server by an efficient staff. Overall a good place to stop for ...  more »
  • went there with my friend Laura acevedo from colombia and we enjoyed holding the baby crocodile with bare hands...unforgetful experience  more »
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  • This is an amazing place to be especially when you have children. They have well informed guides, and trust that you will see enough mamba's. In addition they have other animals to see; the magnificent ostrich being one of them. The kids have a ton of activities to do, including merry go rounds, horse riding not to mention the exiting boat ride. ooohh and the lake is shaped like Africa..interesting huh!!
  • Poor treatment of the crocodiles - the price was 1000 shillings (much too expensive when you compare it with other animal sites at the same price). Once we'd paid to go in, the guides asked us to "show us appreciation" (a tip) if they gave a quick tour. They were rough with the crocodiles, hitting them to get a reaction and the enclosures were far too small. I know crocodiles need comparatively less space to other animals but they were crawling over each other from such lack of space. I saw one eating a rubber glove that had been left in the pond. This place is NOT a sanctuary like the elephant or giraffe place nearby. Go spend your money at those places which are doing good work.
  • The Service is Pathetic especially on Sunday. The guy who sells toys for kids at the restaurant just next to the bouncing castle is just another thug in our society,he sells toys to kids then steals from their innocence,repackage and resell....Easy 300 per piece.....SHAME ON HIM and his accomplice a lady shaggy dressed. I gave one star because I like their chicken......and the maasai guy at the entrance,they deserve it.
  • Good food, nice lawns, Crocodiles and a generally nice place for family outing during weekends. Need to work on covers for their parking pass r plant trees. On sunny days, the Scorching sun can be a hindrance as the vehicles bear the brunt.
  • Apart from the fact that we non Kenyans pay 1000 khs , it's a very entertaining place and these crocodiles are breath taking. You don't wanna miss that place. It even has a ostrich park and a small camel to ride on ( 200 shillings only )
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