Haller Park, Mombasa
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Address: Off Mombasa- Malindi Road, Bamburi, Kenya
Ticket Price: 1400 KES
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Haller Park, Mombasa
Haller Park 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 park is home to vibrant ecosystem consisting of grasslands, forests, animals and lakes.
For tourists, the park consists of a Game Sanctuary, a Reptile Park, a Fish farm and Crocodile pens.
Haller Park Ticket Prices
- Adult: KSH 500
- Children: KSH 200
- Snacks for feeding animals cost extra.
Haller Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Most of the animal feeding interactive activities take place between 3:00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m
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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Haller Park, Mombasa Reviews
I was planning to rate this park with 3 stars; however since i was able to feed the giraffes in this place i can not describe how i enjoyed so, i leave you some pictures to describe some of the experiences i had. We paid about US$15 pp for the entrance, make sure you bring local currency. I only had close contact with the tortoise, monkey and giraffes, hence my rating; i would have liked to see more close the other animals.
This place is just heaven on earth. You won't believe it, it's a man made park, created when the cement company completed the excavation process, they developed the park as a rescue center for animals. The environment is very serene, very cool and sincerely beautiful. If you love nature then this is a must visit anytime you are in coast.
A beautiful Park.. My family and I had a great time. Nice place to relax, have a slow day, unwind in the picture-perfect ambience, or have some education on conservation.. Highly recommended
Nature walking was awesome. It was a break from the hot sun in Mombasa hiding under those long tree shades. I loved the animals and the free roaming monkeys. Feeding the giraffes was the epitome of my trip to the park.
Loved the place. Especially the butterflies section and also feeding the Giraffes. We had a very friendly tour guide,she,dont remember her name thou. She knew everything about the park which was great.