Mamba Village

DSCN5354This is the place to visit if you want to see crocodiles and ostriches close up. Spread over 30 acres, Mamba Village has lots to offer.

Facilities
It has a man made lake with boats and fairground equipment. There are also camel and horse rides and ostriches that you can feed. There is a giraffe and an excellent collection of crocodiles who snap and leap about in a feeding frenzy when it’s dinner time! There’s also a collection of rabbits, guinea fowl and other animals that young children might enjoy looking at and stroking

Other Facilities at Mamba Village is a low key art gallery, and a large restaurant selling Nyama Choma (roasted meat). The food is served at tables with umbrellas outside on the grassy lawns or inside where there is also a bar. At weekends the place gets quite busy and overall Mamba Village is an interesting place which is great to visit with small children.

Mamba Village has a nice campsite with clean washrooms and a covered dining room with facilities that are perfect for a group of up to 80 children or 50 adults. Security in the Mamba Village campsite is as good as you can find in Nairobi with a perimeter fence, and guards. There is no campsite shop; however, meals and drinks are available in the main building just about 50 metres away.

For more upmarket accommodation, Mamba Village also has within it’s grounds an upmarket tented Campsite and also a conference centre.


 

Local Tip
Mamba Village is popular with the locals. It also has plenty of fun things to offer tourists and visitors.

 Contacts:

Email: info@nairobimambavillage.com
Telephone: +254 20 890 887
Address: Langata North Road, Nairobi
Website: http://nairobimamba.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nairobimambavillage

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