Discover Haller Park Kenya

If you've never had the chance to look around a nature reserve before landing in Mombasa, you'll be able to come face to face with a wide range of species in Haller Park, located on the old site of the Lafarge factory, a cement manufacturer. When the factory closed in 1971, René Haller started a reforestation project in order to reintroduce some species and clear the way for nature to make a return to the site of 185 acres. As well as various bird species, you'll be able to spot giraffes, hippopotamuses as well as many monkeys - marmosets in particular - that roam freely in the park.

  • Haller Park , Antelope , Kenya

    Antelope can be seen throughout many different national parks in Kenya.

    © Daniel Haller / 123RF
  • Haller Park , The park's origins , Kenya
    The park's origins

    The site was formerly home to a cement plant.

    © Patrick de Wilde
  • Haller Park , Kenya's wildlife , Kenya
    Kenya's wildlife

    Buffalo and cattle egrets huddle in the grasslands.

    © Fotosearch / Age Fotostock
  • Haller Park , A pair of baboons, Kenya , Kenya
    A pair of baboons, Kenya

    A mother baboon gives its baby a ride on its back in Buffalo Springs, Kenya.

  • Haller Park , A family of hippos , Kenya
    A family of hippos

    Kenya's hippos are a common sight in its national parks, here a family takes a dip!

    © PhotoBank Yokohama RF - age fotostock
  • Haller Park , Monkey, Kenya , Kenya
    Monkey, Kenya

    A young Colobus Monkey, Kenya.

    © Panorama Media - age fotostock
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