This is not a zoo so don't get your hopes up . Nothing much to do here just walk around and watch animals or unless you pass by early evening in time for feeding
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It is not a zoo, and it is not a game park - a bit in between. A good intro for folks just getting in to see what things may be like on their tours - and support the rescue of a variety of orphaned...More
First of all, this is not a zoo. No one should go with expectations of reasonably sized enclosures. This is supposed to be a temporary housing for the injured/abandoned animals that they rescue from the park. Those that cannot be released back into the park...More
You may think that an animal orphanage would be like a zoo but it is not. These are orphaned animals from the Kenyan National Park that are brought there to be rehabilitated. If they cannot be rehabilitated for release then they are still able to...More
Orphaned Animals are kept safe from all likely dangers and cared for in more suitable environment that resembles their habitat. The staff is well trained and have hands on information regarding each animal. If you are the conservative kind then you could adopt the nurturing...More
well if you love going to the zoo this is the place for you.but if you want to see real wildlife at their own ecosystem its not the place.pretty animals tho!
The zoo is average. It's right next to the national park. If you can, spend your money on the park entry fee and see the animals in their natural environment instead of in cages.
We spent most of our day in the national park but we were curious to visit the orphanage, we were so disappointed, only a hand full of animals were in the orphanage in cages for security purposes. The place seemed down trodden and in need...More
The place is disappointing in that it is a little run down and the animal enclosures do not appear go provide much stimulation for the animals. It was educational in learning how the animals were rescued and how they are cared for. One positive in...More
A great place to visit in Nairobi, few minutes from the centre, easily accessible even by public transport A great day out event Entrance staff are a bit hostile - almost pay to get a pleasant welcome smile! Oh and you have a Caucasian at...More