Snake Park Nairobi Entry Fee 2024

Snake park nairobi

Here is how much you will pay to access the Nairobi snake park and enjoy the entire park.

Snake Park Nairobi, located next to the Nairobi National Museum on Museum Hill along Kipande Road was opened in January 1961, with Jonathan Leakey as its first curator.

It was established both to create a popular safari destination and to serve as a research center for reptile studies and snake breeding.

The park aims to educate visitors about the ecological role of snakes, the risks associated with snake bites, and prevention strategies.

Visitors can see a variety of snake species at the park, including the puff adder, black mamba, Egyptian cobra, African rock python, and Gaboon viper just to name but a few.

In addition to snakes, the park also features American alligators, various crocodile species, freshwater terrapins, and tortoises. The park’s aquariums display coral fish from East African rivers and lakes.

Guests at Snake Park Nairobi can participate in interactive activities such as feeding crocodiles among others fun things.

Informational plaques are placed near the snake habitats, and guided tours are available for those who prefer a more structured visit.

Snake Park Opening Hours:

  • Open daily from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, including weekends and public holidays.

Snake Park Entrance Fees:

Kenyan Citizens:

  • Adults: Ksh 200
  • Children under 16: Ksh 100

East African Residents:

  • Adults: Ksh 400
  • Children under 16: Ksh 200

Non-Residents:

  • Adults: Ksh 1200
  • Children under 16: Ksh 600

Snake Park Contact Information:

  • Phone number: 020 8164134
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