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Uganda Reptile Village

#3 of 28 things to do in Entebbe Features Animals
Entebbe-Uganda, Entebbe, Uganda
+256 782 349583
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Inspiring

It was informative and inspiring to learn about the conservation efforts taking place in relation... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
cdb15427
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White Rock, Canada
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Needs some work doing to it, which is a shame.

Was expecting a bit more than what I found, This place could do with more funds to do it up a... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2017
Justin B
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Entebbe-Uganda, Entebbe, Uganda
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was informative and inspiring to learn about the conservation efforts taking place in relation to reptiles which are often viewed as pests or threatening. The community collaboration and education is essential to the success of these efforts. Simon is very knowledgeable and clearly committed...More

Thank cdb15427
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Was expecting a bit more than what I found, This place could do with more funds to do it up a little as its looking a bit rundown at the moment. Which is a shame with what they are trying to accomplish with the local...More

Thank Justin B
Reviewed 4 May 2017

We dropped by as a detour on our way to EBB and we where not disappointed​. Just one hour drive from the high way. You get the chance to interact with Reptiles , Snakes, Lizards, Tortoises, Chameleons all saved from the dangerous situations brought in...More

Thank Herbie-Gervinho
Reviewed 26 April 2017

I enjoyed my visit to the reptile village and was happy to help the cause by paying the small entrance fee for myself and my guide. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly, and do a good job in educating visitors about Uganda's amazing reptiles. They...More

Thank Sharon M
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Reptile village is located outside of Entebbe, it takes about 20 minutes on the red sand roads by bodaboda (motorbike taxi). But on the way you see local villages witch makes journey totally worth it. Place itself looks very basic, but don't let that bamboozle...More

1  Thank niinap2017
Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

It's a bit outside of the main area, but with the cheap admission fee. You'll do and see things you won't see elsewhere.

Thank Lance B
Reviewed 17 January 2017

If you want a private tour of a few of the coolest reptiles in Uganda, make the effort to visit Uganda Reptile Village in Entebbe.

Thank AndrewDressel
Reviewed 14 January 2017

Cheap entrance, frightening reptiles, nice staff, good fun. We had to take a boda to get there and passed through some remote parts of Entebbe. That was a nice ride.

Thank DarioHamesse
Reviewed 3 January 2017

It was an average experience. You can do the whole thing less than an hour. I thought the cages were small and not well kept.

Thank JohnSaydam
Reviewed 31 December 2016

We found it really hard to find the reptile village as the location on Google Maps is incorrect. Once we arrived there we were greeted by Simon our guide. He took us through the village and showed us all the animals including interesting facts like...More

Thank Peanut_face
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Emilly W
Hi, i would like to know how to get there. and what it would cost me to get there from Kampala the capital. Was there any kind of protection? where the snakes caged? I want to visit with a friend of mine who is not afraid of snakes but i am. so i need re assurance on protection.
14 July 2015|
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Response from skaheru | Reviewed this property |
Hi. From Kampala by public taxi (matatu) would cost Ushs5,000 (check the rate online) and by Hired Cab it would cost about Ushs80,000 (give or take 20,000). It's better, for a trip of this nature, to hire a car for the day... More
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