Mamba Village

Mamba Village

feeding and playing with one of the oldest living species on our planet

Location: 

Mamba, Nairobi, Kenya

Duration: 

Monday, May 30, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Mamba Village: looks like an old run-down zoo, but offers a bit more than that
  2. Feeding time: intensive spectacle for the whole family (only on Sunday 4.30 pm!)
  3. Amusement park: run-down ancient carousel and ferris wheel without engine
  4. Lake Africa: small theme park around the lake of the continent's shape
  5. Crocodile: probably the closest living species to the extinct dinosaurs

Image sources

  1. ancient amusement park
  2. dinner in the green garden
  3. beautiful sunset at the lake
  4. cuddling with the youngster
  5. hungry hungry crocodile

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