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Kibera

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Kibera

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Kevins Kibera Slum Tours
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Kibera Slum Tour
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Visit Kibera and a unique art and tourist shop!
$54.49 per adult
Kibera Slums Half-Day Tour
$120.00 per adult
Slums and Skyscrapers of Nairobi
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Half-Day Nairobi National Park Safari from Nairobi with Pickup

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Take a game drive and spot some of Kenya’s “Big Five” without truly leaving Nairobi on this experience. Ideal for those short on time in Kenya, this budget-friendly, half-day safari trip takes place in Nairobi National Park, a reserve close to the city where you can see lion, rhino, buffalo, cheetah, and more in the wild. A choice of departures and return hotel or airport transfers make everything extra easy.
$52.00 per adult
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Granules2013 wrote a review Mar 2020
Darwin, Australia1,768 contributions327 helpful votes
Visited the slums in Kibera while doing a driving day tour around Nairobi. Pretty eye opening experience to see how people live here. Worth coming for a few hours and wandering around. A few good markets and shops you can visit too.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Lazz Lazz wrote a review Feb 2020
Nairobi, Kenya3 contributions
With good people and nice environment. The visits are always welcomed with willing guides and happy kids. Kibera is a cool place
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Cosima wrote a review Dec 2019
7 contributions1 helpful vote
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Nairobi is a big African city, very dynamic and modern, but has also a different face that is important to know to understand the ecosystem. But if you want to see and understand how the life is in the slums, without making tourism or voyeurism, there is a specific way to make it and I had the chance to experience it. So, in the tour proposed by Moses, who were born, raised and still live in Kibera, one of the largest continuous slum in Africa, you are going to discover how people really live, and most of all how the inhabitants are creating a difference in Kibera through their social mission-driven, small businesses. Instead of feeling sad in front of this poverty, you will spend a positive day because of the hope and dynamism of these actors who are mobilizing to improve the living conditions of their community. you won't see the day go by and will be a little sad when it comes to saying goodbye to Moses, this admirable and very endearing man who will be showing benevolence and kindness throughout this afternoon. You can book your tour with Moses via Instagram @moseskiberatour, a phone number +254715184389 or send an email: njulemoses@gmail.com
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Date of experience: November 2019
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WeeStepherz wrote a review Oct 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates76 contributions52 helpful votes
We met Padox from Seeds and with the lovely Sylvester and Musa, they guided us through Kibera sharing their experiences. As a Westerner, it was difficult to imagine living here day after day, particularly the lack of sanitation - a basic human right! The end of the walk was the highlight as we visited the school and met the empowered women. Their optimism and resilience was striking and will stay with me forever. I give this experience 5stars, but I do understand why others have not. I think that 'poverty tourism' is an abomination to humanity. We should not make an attraction out of any humans' suffering. For this reason, my advice to anyone thinking of visiting is to ask the question of why you want to go. If it's for the same reason you'd go to a zoo or simply for your social media then seriously don't bother. However, if you wish to engage with the local people, who are among the friendliest people I've ever met, then find a really good guide, who gives back to the community and give it your full attention (hint: avoid most of the larger tour operators online - we got ours through Air BnB). It can be the most worthwhile few hours of your life and has left a lasting impression of re-prioritizing my own life and looking at the bigger picture!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Filippo CC wrote a review Sep 2019
Barcelona, Spain10 contributions5 helpful votes
During our trip to Kenya we decided to visit also Kibera. We went as a family, my wife, me and our teenager son and daughter. It was a very interesting experience and I strongly recommend it if you want to discover all aspects of Kenia. Now, if you think - as we did - that you would like to help somehow the Kibera community I reccomend to organize your visit through a guide from Kibera and not a random tour operator. In this way you are helping a bit at least some of Kibera people. We organized the visit with Moses (his mobile is: +254-703906344, you can call and WhatsApp him, and email: njulemose@gmail.com) who brought us to his house and introduced us to his family and neighbours and explained everything we wanted to know about life in Kibera. We always felt safe going round in Kibera with him and it seemed like he knows everybody there! It was definitely a great part of our Kenya experience. Thank you Moses!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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