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Uganda Reptile Village

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Entebbe-Uganda, Entebbe, Uganda
+256 782 349583
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Good Expirience

It was good expirence for the beginning of a visit to Uganda. Good price and very nice guide. They... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jarosław B
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Basic but interesting

Very basic place that you visit within 20 minutes. It is worth to see if you have never seen... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Bojan V
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Entebbe-Uganda, Entebbe, Uganda
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It was good expirence for the beginning of a visit to Uganda. Good price and very nice guide. They support injuries wild animal.

Thank Jarosław B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very basic place that you visit within 20 minutes. It is worth to see if you have never seen reptiles before. My guide was very good and knowledgeable, eager to show the best. As a community based attraction, this is good initiative.

Thank Bojan V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It is actually a good place to see some species of reptile. It is better to hire a car and go. The place is far from the main road. Fare for non resident adult is 15,000 ugx.

Thank Tanjimul I
Reviewed 9 January 2018

There is a fairly high quantity of reptiles in the place, and the guides are nice and helpful. You get to do/see things that are unexpected, in a good way. An above all, they rescue local reptiles, so this only is worth supporting.

Thank Adrien I
Reviewed 8 January 2018

Entebbe reptile is aplace to remember, in my life I only used to hear people talk about different snake species, when I visited the park , I won my self achance to see many of them and their charactics, thanks to the best guide in...More

Thank kimbugwesaddam
Reviewed 23 December 2017 via mobile

Visited the reptile park as part of a city tour. The park has some snakes, tortoise and monitor lizards. Highlight of the trip was spotting and handling side stripped chameleons. The Fearless guide who handled a venomous Gabon viper with her bare hands.

Thank Shivram A
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

An adventurous place to visit if you're interested in Reptiles. The centre takes good care of a number of snakes , fish , tortoises, chameleons . You can also a sight of some birds that come around as its near the swamp. Its a nice...More

Thank Prestigecottages
Reviewed 9 November 2017

The snake park is a nice place to visit. it will help you know how to live and love nature. The people care to give you as much information about the reptiles. Good to spend about two hours.

Thank Mugisha H
Reviewed 1 October 2017

Wanted something different a couple weeks ago. had heard alot about the place. what i really liked was the fact that it was started by local entrepreneurs. Alot would probably improve if other locals took the initiative.

Thank MartinGtu
Reviewed 27 September 2017

The reptile village is off the main road and I wondered how people find the place. My driver recommended it after I had finished at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, and I'm glad he did. It is a small place but the staff were knowledgable...More

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Emilly W
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Response from Simon K | 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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