Mombasa Haller Park formerly known as Bamburi Nature Trail is located along the Mombasa – Malindi road, south of Bamburi cement plant. Initially the park was used as a limestone quarry by Bamburi Portland Cement Company and later rehabilitated and converted by Dr. Rene Haller to a wildlife park with a forest, grassland and a couple of ponds. The parks transformation and ecosystem was recently honored with a Global 500 Roll of Honor award by the United Nations Environmental Program for the unique rehabilitation.
Today Haller Park attracts over 150, 000 guest per year, the park consists of various wildlife conservation that include a Game Sanctuary, a Reptile Park, a Fish Farm, Crocodile pens, Giraffe viewing platform; a forest with various trees species and vegetation that attracts a wide range of bird species, insects and butterflies.
Wildlife at Haller Park include hippos, giraffes, buffaloes, antelopes, the cheeky Velvet monkeys, and the birds include; the Weaver birds, Kingfisher, Storks, Herons, Egrets, Owls, Eagles, Kites, Cranes, Ibis, Sandpipers among others. It’s a great place for wildlife and nature lovers.
Haller Park is open from 8am to 5pm every day, including weekends and public holidays.
Haller Park is located along the Mombasa – Malindi road, about 5 Km from Mombasa City Center , south of Bamburi Portland Cement and opposite the Jomo Kenyatta public beach.