Zapatistas, Mexico

Bushbaby Feeding

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Animal feeding:Bushbaby Feeding
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    Animal type:bushbaby
    Environment type:sand, woods
    Location type:rural, village

    How much will it cost us?

    Currency:Kenyan Shilling (KES)
     
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    How long should it take us?

    Average time taken:20 minutes
     
    Day:Opens:Closes:
    everyday6.40pm7.30pm
     
    High season:June to October
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    Telephone:0722 523 278, 0702 232 323
     
    Language(s):English, Swahili
    Timezone:UTC+03:00
    Country calling code:254

    How can we get there?

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      Address:Diani Beach Rd, Diani Beach
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      Top Tips

      This is a daily feeding organised by Wayne at in his very own .
      The bushbabies come to feed every evening just after sunset, so depending on the time of year that can be between 6.40 and 7.30. The bushbabies are pretty punctual, so make sure you are too!
      Be careful not to use your flash (at least no closer than 2 metres away). These are nocturnal creatures with sensitive eyes!
       
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