I visited Haller park. Its a rehabilitated quarry which mimics nature. There are a lot of animal in this place.
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This park is a bit run down and not really worth the money, if you want to feed the giraffe's go along at 3pm, the feeding station is outside the park so you don't have to pay just buy a bag of pellets for 50...More
Haller Park is maintained by LaFarge but originally designed by a guy called Haller who, as an animal park but also for plants etc rescued it from being an excavation site. Good access for disabled, good for kids, safe with animals apparently well cared for....More
Their is nothing Much to see at Hallers Park..The Tortoises can be seen outside the Park also.You can feed the giraffes pellets at an extra cost which is 50/= Per Packet.The Park also has Crocodiles and a snake Park (not sure if the are alive...More
It was interesting visiting the park with children. Although there wasnt much wildlife but i appreciate the work Bamburi have done to conserve the environment.
Love Haller Park! Feeding the giraffes is an experience. Lots to see, but very relaxing. Guides are available to show you and explain everything to you if you want, or you can wander round on your own. You can see the hippos being fed and...More
We arrived at a time, the animals were already fed and back to their places to rest, the whole tour was without seeing a single animal. When issuing our tickets, we didn't receive directions on where to go, there was no one to guide us...More
I witnessed crocs feeding time and it was almost a clip from the national geographic. Be sure to visit within feeding times for the best experience