Haller Park

Currently Closed
  • Address: Off Mombasa- Malindi Road, Bamburi, Kenya
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: 1400 KES
  • Tags: Park, Wildlife Park, Family And Kids, Nature

Haller Park - Review

Haller Park also called as Bamburi Nature Trail is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa. Previously an abandoned quarry, the place was converted into an ecological heaven. The work of restoring the wasteland into a nature park began in the 1970s. Today, the Haller park mombasa is home to vibrant ecosystem consisting of grasslands, forests, animals and lakes. 

The park consists of -

  • Game Sanctuary
  • a Reptile Park
  • Fish farm
  • Crocodile pens

Haller Park Information

  • Guided tours available in English, French, German, Italian and swahili languages.
  • Haller park mombasa contacts - 254 722 410064, 254 733 410064

Haller Park Ticket Prices

Haller park mombasa prices -

  • Adult: KSH 500
  • Children: KSH 200
  • Non Residents: Adult - KSH 800 and Kids - KSH 400
  • Snacks for feeding animals cost: KSH 50

Haller Park Hours

Haller park timing -

  • Everyday: 8 am to 5 pm

Haller park mombasa feeding times -

  • Everyday: 3 pm

How To reach Haller Park by Public Transport

  • Shanzu Bus stop
  • Sunlight Bus stop
  • Moi International Airport

Restaurants Near Haller Park

  • Cuba Libre
  • Splendid View Restaurant
  • Steers Kenya Engen
  • Palm City Restaurant
  • Nyali Misono Japenese Restaurant

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TripHobo Highlights for Haller Park

  • Haller Park Address: Off Mombasa- Malindi Road, Bamburi, Kenya
  • Haller Park Timing: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Haller Park Price: 1400 KES
  • Best time to visit Haller Park(preferred time): 03:00 pm - 05:30 pm
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Things to Know Before Visiting Haller Park

  • 95% of people who visit Mombasa include Haller Park in their plan

  • 78.71% of people start their Haller Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Haller Park

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Haller Park

People normally club together Bombululu Workshops And Cultural Centre and Old Town while planning their visit to Haller Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Haller Park Trips

Haller Park, Mombasa Reviews

  • Large, nice park with plenty of trees and monkeys. The monkeys seemed to want to snatch food from My son's hand. Some animal enclosures are not labelled. The snake enclosure was unlit, so at the time we were there, we were seeing more of our reflections in the glass than the snakes. For the best experience, find out the animal feeding times, so that you catch the animals in active movement.

  • Nice place to see rescued animals. Kudos to Carol the guide. Otherwise visit the place when they feed the animals ( around 11am and or 4pm). If you have enough energy try to explore the whole place by yourself (good "adventure").

  • The place is a great conservancy. The best thing was feeding the giraffes so close to nature. The kids really enjoyed plus the nature trails. The snake Park was another treat the for us. The guides are well informed too.

  • Good place for family outing. It a nature walk with variety of animals. Recommended time to visit is between 1pm to 4pm. Thus is because animals are fed normally at 3pm. You can get a change to Feed giraffes

  • Very good park. You can see wild animals, and some of them are free around the park. Also the vegetation is beautiful.

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  • kindly send me the entrance fees for Haller Park including citizens, East African Residents and Non Residents

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    • 800 Kenyan Shilling for adults and 400 Kenyan Shilling for children for non- residents of Kenya.

      Charges for entry into Haller Park in Kenya for Kenyan residents is 250 Kenyan Shilling for adults and 100 Kenyan Shilling  for children.

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