[View] Snake Park is really great. It is located in the heart of the suburb of Karen and can also be reached by public transportation. The location is very suitable for picnic (free) and camping, but Kes.2,000 (own tent) is required. This trail is secluded, with natural trees, waterfalls, caves, swamps and breathtaking cliffs. There is a primate research laboratory in the trail. The entrance is Kes.200 (citizens). The gate closes at 6pm
The Snake House is actually inside the National Museum of Nairobi. You can buy a package to visit the National Museum and the Snake House at a low price. Upon entering, there was a deeper pond with snakes, tortoises and lizards. When I look down, I sometimes feel that snakes will crawl out and bite people (actually, snakes cannot come out). There is a shallower pond with tortoises that can be touched. There are also venomous snakes in some glass boxes. Several African crocodiles are kept in several ponds. Generally speaking, the inside is not big, and it takes only one hour to go around. Going once will not go the second time.
There are many types of snakes and various performances, but the taste is a bit heavy.
The environment is very beautiful, very suitable for children to play, not bad.
There are still very few people here as a whole.