Bora bora is the largest animal sanctuary and eco-camp in Diani area located 1 km from Pinewood Hotel, opposite Shamba la Salama in Kinondo village Matengo area. It is 450 meters from the Indian Ocean. Bora bora ecosystem is the same as Kaya Sacred forest where Mijikenda go to make rituals ceremonies and prayers either during prolonged drought or if there are cases of rising deaths as a result of drowning in the nation. The forest is highly protected as it has trees that serve as medicinal plants, and is home to endangered Angolan colobus monkeys ,yellow baboons and Sykes monkeys. The nature trail in Bora bora gives one a feeling of the value for forest conservation.
Here are some of the things you can do at Bora Bora Wildlife Park:
See a variety of animals up close, including giraffes, zebras, crocodiles, monkeys, snakes, and birds.
Learn about Kenyan wildlife from the park’s experienced staff.
Take a walk along the nature trail and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Visit the butterfly pavilion and see a variety of butterflies from all over the world.
See a variety of birds in the bird aviary.
Have a picnic lunch in one of the park’s many designated areas.
Take a guided tour of the park.