About Mamba Village

       Mamba village means a crocodile village in Swahili. This is a good place to learn all you need to know about crocodiles because it is said to be the biggest crocodile farm in East Africa or perhaps in all of Africa! Home to over 1,000 crocodiles. Visit to watch them lay in the baking heat or take a dip in the water to cool off, or just chill and act dead. Here you can learn about the life cycles of crocodiles. If you have never visited a crocodile farm earlier, then this place is a must visit. An educative place to visit, view and widen your knowledge on the crocodiles. It starts with a small video clip and then the tour starts from the eggs stage to the gradual growth of the crocs to their huge size. There is a feeding programme daily and that's nice to see as the crocs lunge forward to devour the meat given to them by the attendants.... there is also a small restaurant where you can enjoy a cool tusker beer or a soft drink or have croc steak after the tour and relax near the croc pool. The guests can also enjoy other activities in the area such as camel rides, horse rides, boat rides, etc. They also have bumper cars, merry go round, other rides along with the crocodile farm. The crocodile farm has a large number of crocodiles from various sizes and ages. You can even get to hold a baby crocodile. One can even get to hold a snake for a price. So beat the fear and do visit Mamba village for fun.

Must See

  • catch a feeding session which happens every evening at 5 pm. 
  • Holding a baby crocodile
  • Holding a snake
  • Watch as they feed the big croc (Big Daddy) who is 5m long and weighs 800kg. The feeding session is very interesting.
  • Thrilling activities like bouncing castles, rides, slides, swings, and rides on remote controlled cars. 
  • Get to hold a baby croc and an egg and you can have your photo taken.
  •  you want to try crocodile meat this is the place to do it.
  • Different pools with age separation among the crocs. 
  • Watch out for a lot of crocodiles, tortoises, ostriches.
  • Experience camel and horse ride

How to reach

  • 8 min (3.6 km) via Links Rd by car
  •  The farm is located in Nyali part of Mombasa, about 8-9 km from the city center.
  • Karen Stage on Link road by minivan.  A matatu ride starts from Ksh 20 just to go 500m 
  • The price for a tuk-tuk ride is Ksh 50-100 and boda-boda around Ksh 50.


  • Do not feed the animals without permission of the rangers.
  • Crocodile Park is a must-see, where the aquatic reptiles are displayed.
  • Take time to have a leisurely walk through the botanical gardens.
  • Enjoy the meal at a village restaurant.
  • Check out a low key art gallery and a large restaurant selling Nyama Choma (roasted meat)
  • Learn about the life cycle of a crocodile. Be ready to sample some of the croc stinks, but it's bearable
  • Make sure to carry own water else be ready to pay 100/- ;)
    On the other hand, just at the entrance, they charge 50/- so opt to purchase there rather than inside.

Visit Time

Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Monday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Tuesday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Thursday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Nairobi Mamba village timing:

  • Everyday: 9 am to 6 pm

Mamba village Nairobi feeding timing:

  • Everyday: 5 pm

Mamba Village Cozy and romantic bar timing:

  • Everyday: 9 am

Mamba Village Horse Riding time:

  • Everyday: 8 am to 6 pm
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Entrance Fee

  • Mamba village Nairobi entry fee: 200 KES
  • Mamba Village Boat ride price:  Adult - 100 KES, Children - 50 KES 
  • Mamba Village Horse Riding price: 150 KES
  • Mamba Village Camel Riding Charges: 150 KES
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Time you can spend

3-4 hours.


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