The Bomas and the associated dance hall are a good cultural place to visit in Nairobi, but they would benefit from a bit more interpretation facilities.
Hi there, this is simply another name for villages of Kenya, it located at the junction of Lang'ata road and magadi road. The place has various villages cultural home steads samples homes and guides for explaining to visitors what they need to hear.
We stopped here to get a taste of the different tribal dances and music. It was not crowded at all, so we got to enjoy the show and see everything. The same dancers with do the many tribal dance and play the instruments. It was nice to sit down and take a break from outside. Great place to learn a... More
We went there during the day time. It is a huge place with ample space for parking and moving around. We went to see the cultural dance first and were amazed at the quality of performance there. The dance hall is big. Very near the hall is the life size model of various types of villages in Kenya. It gives... More
Attended a comedy night here and found it perfect for a large show! Ample parking and ease of entry/exit. The circular shape provides for a good view for all in the audience.
It is a great place to see and learn tit bits about Kenyan culture. The dance routines are great and the performers appear to really enjoy themselves. However, the best part is the model village setting where you can learn about how each tribe live. A truly learning experience and must see for anyone even remotely interested in Kenyans rather... More
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