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Took a trip down the nile and stopped off at Banana Island it’s only a small place but peaceful and relaxing saw the animals that are caged and don’t look too happy the crocodiles didn’t have enough space to move about and it was quite...More
These "real world" tourist sites always get a bad review but would you want people coming through you home on a regular basis to see how you live. Take this site in context. Yes it is a tourist site but it is also a glimpse...More
The banana farm is fine, but they keep animals in horrendous conditions, as if they're an amateur zoo. I know it might be due to cultural differences, but it's not worth visiting this place to support their harmful practices. They had wolves pacing endlessly in...More
This place would be cool if it were only a working banana farm, but at the end you’ll come to several animals being kept in dirty, crowded cages. The animals are visibly stressed and are stuck in their own feces and trash. I couldn’t stomach...More
Not worth the visit, better off spending you time on the boat relaxing on the Nile (which is worth it). Don't bother with pre-booking a trip or boat ride on the Nile. You can easily bargain with a local felucca boat driver for an hour...More
Ok, the bananas are good and I suppose it has a rustique charm but for me the animals were a big turn off. I know that animals do not receive the same care and attention in these poor countries but I found it very say...More
Our boat ride stopped here for some reason. The island sports a variety of fruit trees, some caged animals, and a small cafe to enjoy tea or bananas. I would have rather the boat stayed on the water than spent time here.