This is small reptile village bit far from mainroad. I would recommend to get there by boda, as bad road feels less bad on motorbike. Staff here is very dedicated to their job, and it is always refreshing to see that snakes and other reptiles really change from time to time. They catch reptiles from places where they would have... 更多
Lovely informative guide showed us around, was a little hard to locate but work the exploration! Best part... the chameleons!
I went here on my first trip to Africa, it really makes you aware of how many kinds of venomous snakes there are in Africa, and they only have a small percentage withe the 50 or so variety that you will see. The best is the Gabon Vipers that you can't see even when there right in front of you.... 更多
We took our kids to the reptile village today. It was a fun place to learn about reptiles, and get a closer view of them. We saw several different types of snakes, monitor lizards, crocodiles, chameleons, and tortoises (including a 118 yr. old male according to the guide). It was a pleasant outing, but I'd like to see better upkeep... 更多
Visited the visit with friends. Was able to witness a good number of reptiles. Though the park does not have that sophistication as compared to Western countries but the natural surroundings make give a different feel. It is some distance off from the main Entebbe Kampala road. It's a community institution which I found is maint by a motivated staff.... 更多
I visited as part of a bike trip around the city - it's a great walk or cycle once you get off the main road. Staff really knowledgeable & good to contribute by purchasing at the crafts shop, given that entrance is free. There is a pedalo and a canoe to try too....
I want here only one time, despite many times I traveled to Entebbe. The Zoo is much better, even considering only the snakes.
It is a good place for a family outing. You can handle the turtles and the cameleons. The boat is fun for the kids. Snakes...well there is a good variety and you are safe. : < )