Haller Park

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • 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 Opening and Closing 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

  • 70.5% of people start their Haller Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Haller Park

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

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

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Haller Park, Mombasa Reviews

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  • It is a real natural park. And if you are few people better ask for a guide at reception otherwise you won't enjoy much if you are new. The feeding time as well make the tour more enjoyable which starts at 3pm.

  • Great place to go and take family or friends. They have a variety of animals. There are feeding times at 4 and 4:30. You can get to see the animals better. Very green and cool! Informational tour too. Its not very long so you can be done within an hour or two maximum.

  • For starters, it takes about an hour and a half to cycle through the park so dedicate about two hours to the activity as a whole. About the entry fee, I don't remember the exact price but it can't exceed Ksh. 500. It's way cheaper to visit as a school group, so that may be important to mention. They only give bikes to people who know how to cycle so if you have someone who doesn't, they won't be able to go on the trail. The bikes offered are in great condition so that shouldn't be something to worry about. However, ensure to take the contact of the guy there just in case something happens to the bike while you're on the trail. He brought us a bike when ours got a flat tire. It's best to have one person lead the group from the front and another leader at the back, just for safety purposes, especially if you're with young teens or young people in general. They are also a couple of animals that you might encounter through the trail. It's a great place!

  • Haller Park is impressive. A beautiful place to visit with the entire family. The nature trail, when you use access the park from the Nyali - Kilifi Road, is impressive. It's calming with a great sensation and you'll enjoy your visit away from the city. It's unbelievable that the place is in Mombasa since there's none of the Mombasa heat. The park has various animals that include the second oldest tortoise in the world. You can also feed the giraffes every day from 3pm and if you're lucky, you could visit at a time when they are feeding the crocodiles. Ladies, watch out for the monkeys. They've got a thing about your ladies. Very aggressive towards. When you're snacking, they could be aggressive to pinch, hit or scratch you while running away from you. Nonetheless, Haller Park is amazing and I guarantee you that you will really enjoy your time there. Pay the park a visit.

  • This is a must stop . Once you step in you might just forget you are at the coast.The animals are both beautiful and friendly with a conditioning to come out during feeding times. At 3pm you'll get to feed and interact with the giraffes and perhaps get a glimpse of the tortoises. At 4pm it is feeding time for the hippos and Oryx's. The rest of your time can be spent relaxing as you walk around the marked trails. The towering trees cool the environment and give the perfect background for pictures. Charges are fair enough at ksh500 for resident adults.

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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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