You have 1 trip in progress. See all
Trip Planner: Africa / Uganda / Central Region / Entebbe / Reptile village in Entebbe
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.
Tours to Reptile village in Entebbe
$190 BOOK WITH VIATOR Entebbe Eco Tour - Full Day Entebbe Eco Tour - Full Day
Duration: 9 to 10 hours
Tours from $190 ›
$281 BOOK WITH VIATOR 1 day Photographic Tour/ General -Entebbe 1 day Photographic Tour/ General -Entebbe
Duration: 10 hours
Tours from $281 ›
Reptile village in Entebbe reviews
Uganda Reptile Village is worth a visit. Not like a’must see’ attraction, as the reptile village is fairly small. But they have Crocodiles, monitors, turtles and various snakes. And the staff is...
Uganda Reptile Village is worth a visit. Not like a’must see’ attraction, as the reptile village is fairly small. But they have Crocodiles, monitors, turtles and various snakes. And the staff is... more »
Great place, super friendly staff that takes you around. There are plenty of snakes, crocs, turtles. To get there is a little adventurous, if you don’t know the good roads.
Great place, super friendly staff that takes you around. There are plenty of snakes, crocs, turtles. To get there is a little adventurous, if you don’t know the good roads. more »
Unique experience, highly recommend this place! The guide is well educated on the animals and gives good explanations and demonstrates what the animals can do. This organization rescues and releases reptiles back into the wild. We got to see many types of snakes, crocodiles, tortoises and turtles, monitor lizards, and chameleons. Consider donating towards food for the animals so they can rescue and save more animals!
If you have the chance you must go, incredible what they are doing with little resources. The guide gave us lots of information about how it is managed, the reason to do it, and of course, plenty of interesting stuff about the reptiles in there. You are not going to see tons of animals because is not intended for that, paying the entrance will make you understand how dedicated the people working in there are with Uganda's wildlife. Great job!
Plan your trip to Entebbe
- Get a personalized tripA full day by day itinerary based on your preferences
- Customize itRefine your trip. We'll find the
best routes and schedules
- Book itChoose from the best hotels and activities. Up to 50% off
- Manage itEverything in one place. Everyone on the same page.Know more
Popular things to do in Entebbe
Hidden gems in Entebbe
Side trips from Entebbe
Nearby attractions in Entebbe
Wildlife in Entebbe
Parks in Entebbe
Trips in Reptile village in Entebbe by other users
60 days in Uganda & Kenya BY A USER FROM UNITED STATES Entebbe Nairobi Mombasa 24 days in Kampala BY A USER FROM INDIA Source of the Nile Museum Victoria Nile Gaddafi National Mosque 11 days in Kigali & Entebbe BY A USER FROM SAUDI ARABIA Kigali Entebbe 30 days in Kampala BY A USER FROM EGYPT Destreet Art Studio & Gallery The Acacia Mall Uganda Martyrs National Shrine 6 days in Entebbe BY A USER FROM THE NETHERLANDS Entebbe Golf Club Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre Entebbe Botanic Gardens 5 days in Entebbe BY A USER FROM SPAIN Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary Entebbe Golf Club Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre