See an animal sanctuary that’s home to giraffes, crocodiles, tortoises, and more on a half-day trip from Mombasa to Haller Park. Pre-booking transport and tickets to Haller Park make this a convenient way to explore an inspiring space that’s been converted from abandoned limestone quarries. This afternoon trip to Haller Park includes pickup and drop-off at both South Coast and North Coast hotels, and it’s an ideal choice for families.
Take a break from the bustling city and discover a man-made nature park in Mombasa’s coastal suburbs. Unwind as you stroll through the former quarry, and see animals such as crocodiles, tortoises, and hippos at home in the reclaimed environment. Avoid the hassle of public transport with round-trip transfer from your hotel, and explore with a professional guide for intimate insight into the unique ecosystem.
Spend the day at Haller Park wildlife sanctuary and Mamba Village Crocodile Farm, a family-friendly animal attraction. Get an educational look at a variety of species, including tortoises, hippos, giraffes, zebras and buffalo. Use your admission ticket for an up-close look at giant and baby crocodiles on a tour Kenya’s largest reptile farm. Learn about crocodile behavior from trained guides and watch the carnivore frenzy at feeding time! Includes round-trip transport from Mombasa hotels.
Picked up and drive to the world renowned Maasai Mara, via the Great Rift Valley, a stop-over at the scenic view point for photography, proceed on-wards past the Narok town, arrive at AA Mara Lodge on time for lunch after check-in. Time spent at leisure, later set-out for an evening game drive in the expansive park, searching for the Big Five, among other wildlife species the park is well known for, return back for dinner and overnight.
During a 2 days Tsavo East Safari from Mombasa , you will be able to break from beach to bush. You will be picked up from your coastal beach hotel early in the morning.‘No hurry in Africa’ they said. It takes 2 and half hours to reach to the Park. 2 Days & 1 Night Tsavo East road safari takes you to one of the largest parks in Kenya at 13,747 square kilometres. Tsavo East National Park is situated in a semi-arid area , it is located near Voi town of Coast Province. The word “Tsavo” is meant “slaughter” in the native Kenya Akamba peoples’ language. Considered as one of the world’s bio diversity strongholds, Tsavo popularity is mostly due to the vast amounts of diverse wildlife that lives within, including lion, the ‘dust-red’elephants, cape buffalo, cheetah, leopard, giraffe, zebra and other wild game. Tsavo is a sanctuary to a great variety of bird life such as the crowned crane, lovebird, secretary birds that makes the park
ideal for birding tours.