Kenya Animal Parks

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Bio Ken Snake Farm in Watamu

Bio Ken Snake Farm

Animal Park in Watamu

Snakes alive! Stroke a slithery, scaled reptile and watch venomous snakes being milked. Bio-Ken Snake Farm is a research centre housing fascinating reptiles and dealing mostly with snakes and snakebites. It houses the largest collection of snakes in East Africa and is open to visitors. As well as touring the facilities and the reptiles, visitors can go on day safaris to look for snakes in their natural habitat with trained guides. Bio-Ken Snake Farm is regarded as the best of the snake parks along Kenya’s coast. Treading lightly upon the Earth Bio-Ken operates a snake removal service for the locals. Their ‘Saving Snakes’ program ensures that unwanted reptiles are released into a more suitable spot in the wild or housed at the Snake farm for study. Snakes are also milked for medical research and for making anti-venom to treat local victims of poisonous snakebites. Up for a terrific scaly adventure? Join experts on a Big 5 Snake Safari – searching for the most impressive African snakes – pythons, boomslang, puff adders, cobras and mambas! Did you know? Kenya is home to 127 snake species, of which only 18 have caused human fatalities and 93 are not venomous or dangerous. Open 10:00 – 12:00 & 14:00 – 17:00 +254 (0) 42 32303 snakes@africaonline.co.ke www.bio-ken.com

Enchoro Wildlife Camp in Narok

Enchoro Wildlife Camp

Animal Park in Narok

Have a Special Occasion and wondering where to go? Come Celebrate in style and enjoy the excitement of your special day at enchoro wildlife camp in Masai Mara. Enchoro offers you and your party a perfect venue to help host your celebrations whether it be a birthday, launch of product, family reunion, church retreat or even a wedding. Our wonderful safari tented camp awaits you and your party! We can cater for any group size, so whether your school friends are looking for a get together or gathering for a wedding celebration, Anniversaries, we can host and help. Simply tell us what you are after and we will do our utmost to provide you and your guests with a fantastic service as well as a fabulous experience.

Giraffe Center Nairobi in Nairobi

Giraffe Center Nairobi

Animal Park in Nairobi

Founded in 1979, the Giraffe Center in Nairobi has a mission to be the leading wildlife conservation education organization for the youth in Kenya. Part of this non-profit organization is the highly successful giraffe breeding program. Here on this 120 acre land, giraffes are bred and then released back into the wild once they reach the age of 2 years. Since the beginning of the project, the Giraffe Center has bred over 50 giraffes, with most of them released back in the wild. The facility also houses the education center, where students and locals are offered free education in the importance of nature conservation and environmental issues. Visitors are more than welcome to visit the center, interact with giraffes and learn more more about conservation efforts. The center also houses a gift shop and tea room.

Local Ocean Trust Marine Conservation Centre in Watamu

Local Ocean Trust Marine Conservation Centre

Animal Park in Watamu

The Local Ocean Trust Marine Conservation Centre is an interactive and educational centre promoting marine conservation in the area. The Centre is the first of its kind on the Kenyan coast and celebrates the varied marine habitats of Watamu. Their mission is to instill an appreciation of the beauty and wonders of the marine world, particularly the underwater one, which few Kenyans have had the opportunity to witness. Attractive murals and illustrated displays provide fascinating information on intertidal zones, mangroves, coral reefs, and open ocean, sea turtles and Mida creek. +254 (0) 233 2118 or +254 (0) 71 575 6738 info@watamuturtles.com www.watamuturtles.com

Masai Mara National Park in Keekorok

Masai Mara National Park

Animal Park in Keekorok

Masai Mara National is world famous for the annual migration of wildebeest from Serengeti to Masai Mara. The big five can also be seen in the Park. The local Masai Community offer an interesting cultural experience.

Nairobi National Park in Nairobi

Nairobi National Park

Animal Park in Nairobi

Visit the unique Nairobi National Park – the planet’s only protected reserve neighbouring a capital city. Here wildlife can often be seen against an urban backdrop of skyscrapers. Situated only 7 km from Nairobi city centre, the park is home to black rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, buffaloes, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elands and diverse birdlife. Interesting attractions include the Ivory Burning Site Monument, Nairobi Safari Walk, the Orphanage and walking trails at the hippo pools.

Animal Parks near Kenya

*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling distance.

Nairobi National Park in Nairobi

Nairobi National Park

Animal Park in Nairobi(8 km from Kenya)

Visit the unique Nairobi National Park – the planet’s only protected reserve neighbouring a capital city. Here wildlife can often be seen against an urban backdrop of skyscrapers. Situated only 7 km from Nairobi city centre, the park is home to black rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, buffaloes, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elands and diverse birdlife. Interesting attractions include the Ivory Burning Site Monument, Nairobi Safari Walk, the Orphanage and walking trails at the hippo pools.

Giraffe Center Nairobi in Nairobi

Giraffe Center Nairobi

Animal Park in Nairobi(13.2 km from Kenya)

Founded in 1979, the Giraffe Center in Nairobi has a mission to be the leading wildlife conservation education organization for the youth in Kenya. Part of this non-profit organization is the highly successful giraffe breeding program. Here on this 120 acre land, giraffes are bred and then released back into the wild once they reach the age of 2 years. Since the beginning of the project, the Giraffe Center has bred over 50 giraffes, with most of them released back in the wild. The facility also houses the education center, where students and locals are offered free education in the importance of nature conservation and environmental issues. Visitors are more than welcome to visit the center, interact with giraffes and learn more more about conservation efforts. The center also houses a gift shop and tea room.