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Very interesting place to visit. And well worth paying a few bob to get a local guide to show you around. Not that it is that big. There is also a really nice place to eat choma. Which is roasted meat. Very tasty.
This is our second visit after 5 years and signs of Aging /tired are obvious. There is so much potential with this place and additional awareness/knowledge for visitors for visitors both young and old.
The great thing about this visit was we had a very...More
I was last at Mamba Village 10 years ago, so it was more than an appropriate time to visit the place. There is an amusement park at the entrance so perhaps one would assume that the original Mamba Village moved/ was demolished to pave way...More
I visited this place in the 90s only to come back this August to surprise my son with the many crocs. Woe unto us, because we found the mambas (crocs) no longer exist. The center has been turned into an Amusement park instead. If you...More
10,000 crocodiles live here!!! The tour guide was friendly and had a lot of information. We watched the daily feeding at 5pm daily which was awesome. They also allowed us to carry the baby crocodiles. Lots of fun for the kids.
The number of crocodiles we saw was incredible. We even got to hold some which was great. We made the mistake of visiting well before feeding time which meant things were pretty dead and quiet when we went. Would definitely recommend going at feeding time...More
A very extremely good.pace to be in. Nicely fed mamba. The Big Daddy and the Albino crocodile made my day. Although I feared the snakes so I could not come next to them anymore. Good service by the staff members.
Is a nice place to visit. On-farm they have "tons" of crocodiles. Even 100 years old one - Bid Daddy :)
The guide was friendly and he told us nice anecdotes about crocodiles which they have. Also, you can hold small one crocodile or sneak...More