Up to 4 days
Experience a wildlife sanctuary housing giraffes, crocodiles, tortoises, and more on a half-day excursion from Mombasa to Haller Park. By pre-booking your transportation and admission tickets, you can make the most of this convenient opportunity to visit an extraordinary site transformed from old limestone quarries. This afternoon visit to Haller Park features pickup and drop-off services at hotels along both the South Coast and North Coast, making it a perfect option for families.
Pick up from your hotel for transfer to Haller Park, briefing and departure to Haller Park
Arrival at the Park Briefing by our guide
Your guide will take you through different parts of the park and learn about Owen the hippo and all his friends, feed henry the giraffe and watch Mamba the mighty crocodile eat some delicious 'Nyama'
The park opens from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM It's best to visit in the afternoon so that your visit collides with the feeding time.
A visit to Haller Park in the afternoon can be a fulfilling experience due to its diverse range of attractions. Formerly known as Bamburi Nature Trail, the park is situated south of the Bamburi cement factory along the road connecting Mombasa and Malindi. Since 1971, the company has transformed the previously barren landscape of disused limestone quarries into a thriving and diverse ecosystem, including forests, grasslands, and ponds. Haller Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including hippos, giraffes, buffalos, antelopes, crocodiles, and smaller mammals and birds. The park comprises of a Game Sanctuary, a Reptile Park, a small fish farm demonstration area, a Palm Garden, Crocodile Pens, and a Giraffe viewing platform, offering a variety of educational and entertaining experiences to its over 160,000 yearly visitors.
Haller Park is home to a variety of animals, including hippos, reptiles, buffalo, warthog, birds, giraffes and monkeys.
There are no restrictions for children visiting Haller Park, but it is recommended to keep an eye on them and make sure they are supervised at all times.
Yes, there is an entrance fee to visit Haller Park. The fees vary depending on the age and nationality of the visitor.
Yes, visitors are allowed to bring their own food and drinks to the park. However, there are also several restaurants and cafes located within the park that serve local and international cuisine.
Yes, guided tours are available at Haller Park. Visitors can take a guided tour of the park and learn more about the animals and the history of the park.
No, pets are not allowed in Haller Park.
Yes, visitors are allowed to take photographs at Haller Park. However, the use of flash photography is not allowed in the park.