Haller Park

Haller Park is a unique ecological restoration project that has transformed a former limestone quarry into a thriving wildlife sanctuary. Initially barren and desolate, the park is full of lush vegetation and diverse animal species, making it a prime example of successful habitat restoration and conservation efforts. Visitors to Haller Park can embark on guided tours to explore its rich biodiversity, encountering a wide array of wildlife along the way. From towering giraffes gracefully nibbling on acacia leaves to playful hippos lounging in tranquil ponds, there’s no shortage of fascinating creatures to behold. In addition to its wildlife attractions, Haller Park offers educational programs and interactive experiences aimed at promoting environmental awareness and conservation. The park is also home to the oldest tortoises in Kenya which can be seen wandering around.


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