Reptile village in Entebbe, Entebbe

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Zoo · Zoo / Aquarium
Get a close-up view of deadly snakes, chameleons, crocs, and lizards at Reptile village in Entebbe, a sanctuary for endangered reptiles. Founded in 2003, this private center protects over 50 critters representing some 20 species, including cobras, boomslangs, skinks, monitor lizards, and tortoises. Get close to the gaboon viper, the most poisonous snake in Africa, and cozy up to pythons and chameleons, which you can hold. Needless to say, the attraction has lots of good photo ops. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Reptile village in Entebbe and many more Entebbe attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Entebbe trip planner.
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  • It was a lovely 2 hours trip. Very informative and lovely. Highly recommended. Nice and easy. Vast range of reptiles. With love from Pakistan.  more »
  • It is a govt owned facility basically for accommodating rescued or injured reptiles. They have very knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides.....our guide was a young man called Lawrence who turned out....  more »
  • Lawrence was a great guide and there were many reptiles to see for a small fee.
  • Simple and natural place. Should be supported.

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