I hate zoos. This is not like the ones back home in Singapore or the western owrld. It is many many acres (bring your walking shoes!). The animals here have all been rescued from poachers, found injured or orphaned or otherwise saved.
The enclosures are roomy and imitate the animals natural habitat. Not exactly like the wild but as close as you can come in captivity.
Entry fee was reasonable. Can’t remember exactly.
For $70 you can actually go around with a guide to feed and get up close with the animals – lions, giraffe, zebra, white rhinocerous, snakes, chimpanzees, etc. for about half a day.
Staff I met were all helpful and polite.
Very pretty and mostly shady, wide walking lanes.
Places for children to play and ride donkeys.
Nice restaurant overlooking the water when you’re done!
I really enjoyed it.
Adopted from Tripadvisor UWEC page”Ask PSG104 about Entebbe Wildlife Education Centre”