Our Wildlife

We have a wide variety of animals

Bora Bora Wildlife Park in Diani hosts numerous and is home to large grazing herds of zebras, giraffes and buffaloes. Other wildlife within the park include monkeys, mild pigs, tortoises, warthogs , various types of birds species. Some of the animals such as zebras roam within the park which gives you an opportunity to get close to them. Among the animals in our park include, among others

Zebras

There are 2 species of Zebra found in Kenya, the Common Zebra, Hippotigris quagga and Grevy’s Zebra, Hippotigris grevy i. The latter species was named afier french president Jules Grevy who was presented with 3 animals by the King of Ethiopia.
Kenya Common and Grevys Zebras lives in the drier regions of Kenya and can be seen in Samburu and Buffalo Springs. It is the largest of the wild equids and has very large rounded ears. It is however much easier to distinguish them from the pattern of stripes.Kenya Common and Grevys Zebras are an endangered species and most of the world’s population is in Kenya. We are priviledged to have these species in our park!

Giraffes

The giraffe is the tallest living terrestrial animal iconic to Kenyan wildlife. It is identified by its extremely long neck and legs, distinctive coat pattern, and a horn-like ossicone. There are three subspecies of the giraffe found in Kenya namely: Reticulated ,Rothschild’s giraffe and the Maasai giraffe. Giraffes are browsers feeding mainly on the twigs of the Acacia tree. Occasionally, they have been spotted licking dried meat off the bones of carcasses. Giraffes are social animals that live in herds comprising of related females with their offspring, or unrelated adult males

Crocodiles

The African Nile crocodile predominant in Kenya is the largest freshwater predator in Africa. It is also one of the largest reptiles in the world growing up to 16 feet in length and weighing 1,650 pounds. Nile crocodiles are opportunistic apex predators taking on any animal within their range. They are social animals known to share basking spots and large sources of food including carcasses. The aggressive vicious reptile has been reported to be a major source of human- wildlife conflict in Kenya responsible for hundreds of human deaths annually

Tortoises

Visiting BoraBora allows one to learn more of the different species of tortoise and get to learn more on the myths and perception of the Mijikenda towards the tortoises

Peafowls

This is the general name for peacock(male)and peahen(female). They are the national birds of India. The birds are mainly kept for ornamental purposes only and thus they are known to have intrinsic value.

Monkeys

Visiting BoraBora wildlife park get you close to primates such as Angolan Colobus monkeys, Sykes monkeys and vervet monkeys. This are mostly seen when you take a walk in the indigenous forest within the facility.

Buffalos

One of the big five in Kenya. Buffalos are known to be gazers and can charge at you if u provoke it. In BoraBora wildlife park, you will get to see these bulls at close distance and you will learn why buffalos are in the big five and not hippos.

Ostrich

The common ostrich, or simply ostrich, is a species of flightless bird native to certain large areas of Africa and is the largest living bird. It is one of two extant species of ostriches, the only living members of the genus Struthio in the ratite order of birds

Warthog

The warthog is a tough, sturdy animal. Males weigh 9 to 23 kilograms (20 to 50 pounds) more than females, but both are distinguished by disproportionately large heads and “warts” — thick protective pads that appear on both sides of the head.

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Address

Diani Beach Road, Diani,

Opposite Pinewood Hotel,

P.O Box 30857-00100,

Ukunda-Kenya

Contact

T. +254 794 703729 -Park

T. +254 794 703730- Camps

E. info@boraboradiani.com

E. bookings@boraboradiani.com

Park Rates

Adult Citizens. – Adults Kshs.500 

Child Citizens. – Adults Kshs.300

Non-Citizen Adult.– USD 10

Non-Citizen Child.– USD 5

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Address

Diani Beach Road, Diani,

Opposite Pinewood Hotel,

P.O Box 30857-00100,

Ukunda-Kenya

Contact

T. +254 794 703729 -Park

T. +254 794 703730- Camps

E. info@boraboradiani.com

E. bookings@boraboradiani.com

Park Rates

Adult Citizens. – Adults Kshs.500 

Child Citizens. – Adults Kshs.300

Non-Citizen Adult.– USD 10

Non-Citizen Child.– USD 5

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