We went to Bomas of Kenya to see and hear the traditional dancing and music. Before the performance we had lunch (pleasant outdoor setting with adequate food) and strolled though the villages on display. There are many, many village compounds from lots of tribes all over Kenya, and we found them fascinating -- although we could have benefited from more information. The performance itself was very enjoyable, with audience members being drawn onto the stage and into the action. The day we attended, the auditorium (which is quite big) was mostly empty, so there was no trouble getting good seats close to the action. I suppose this could be a problem on more crowded occasions.
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