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Kisumu Impala Sanctuary

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Harambee Rd, Kisumu 40100, Kenya
+254 57 2501535
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Healing injured animals

Highlight was being able to go into the cheetah enclosure and pat her. Fantastic experience with 2... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
Brisbane, Australia
Caged animals, good staff, something to do.

Most people don't come to Kenya to see caged animals and it's clear that some of the animals will... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2017
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Harambee Rd, Kisumu 40100, Kenya
+254 57 2501535
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

Highlight was being able to go into the cheetah enclosure and pat her. Fantastic experience with 2 young nephews.

Thank lilcar2015
Reviewed 6 August 2017

Most people don't come to Kenya to see caged animals and it's clear that some of the animals will never leave this zoo. As a way of spending time in Kisumu there are pleasant walks around the park and the restaurant at the hotel inside...More

Thank Samuel A
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

Beautiful facility. They have kept the park as natural as possible, retaining the streams and vegetation. Lots of impalas and zebras among others. My son was excited to see the lions, total highlight. The park entry rates are very fair. A must visit when in...More

Thank Lucy K
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

An awesome place to spend a day enjoying the sight of different animals. Friendly staff. Will definitely go back.

Thank bethjema
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

Loved everything about the park....zebras walking freely near you...the impalas too....the monkeys jumping around next to us!! Was amazing. Got to see a leopard for the first time in my life. Its a good place to see many wild animals

Thank hawwa26
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Impala and zebras running free, one minute the cheetahs were chasing them along the fence the next we were inside stroking the cheetah's head, fed the giraffe and a monkey running about, fantastic opportunity, newly arrived lions from Nairobi pretty fierce - a lovely way...More

1  Thank John G
Reviewed 17 May 2017

IT is like a Zoo where animal are grouped together. There is very few wildlife hapiness indicators. Also the entrance fee are quite excessive if you are not local

1  Thank pifi2017
Reviewed 16 May 2017

mmmh it was our first outing with my prince charming and yes it was amazing. The various animals in the park and the boat riding as the lake is just within made a day seem an hour to me...amazing park to be.

Thank Venecity
Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

I visited this sanctuary, by the way it was a recommendation from my fiancee. I never knew a male grown ostrich was that tall. I felt chilled when I was like 10 metres away from a fully grown male lion though it smells like a...More

Thank Robert O
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

We traveled here with a group of about 30 people. It is a comfortable site to see a variety of animals. Almost all the animals are in enclosures. The free roaming animals are impalas and some monkeys. You are able feed the giraffes branches. We...More

Thank Joanna P
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Response from Wachira44 | Reviewed this property |
Am sure the journey between Kisumu City and the Ahero Centre is very short.A drive will be like about 1 hour and I left a lot of road works going on and I hope by now they have fixed all the areas.Accomodation in Kisumu City... More