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There is so much choice in the individual stalls. The animal cravings on Safari are here and cheaper. We visited here a couple of time during our stay in Kisumu. We purchase most of our souvenirs here at a very good price. The people are...More
At first glance the Maasai Market looks like just another Open Air Market in Kisumu however when you visit each booth you realize that there's some unexpected Treasures made by some warm and talented artist. It is worth the visit
There are so many carvings made out of ebony wood. All the animals from safari were here. Also clothing and blankets made from the fabric they produce. A Masai warrior dressed us as Masai tribesman and we had a picture with him and his sword....More
We are expats living here in Kisumu and always enjoy taking our visitors to the Masai Market. We have become friends with some of the vendors. One of the artists; Opiyo, (midway down on the left) has become a friend of mine and did a...More
Found two phenomenal paintings at a stall about half-way down on the left (all art work). There are also a plethora of fantastic soap stone and wood carvings, fabric and just about anything else you could want to bring back from Kenya.
Would highly recommend...More
I'm always skeptical of craft fairs in Africa. Most feature stall after stall of the same trinkets, mostly made in China. The Masai Craft market falls short of its name, with few crafts to be had. I've visited over 20 of these markets, and this...More
It was attributed as an possible place of being cheated by sellers ,but is not true.These sellers are real poor folks, having specialty of very few articles e.g. Kisii Soapstone Articles Some of them Unique if you could find.Wood Articles Embossed Plates , Modified Wood...More
A lane with some shanty type market stalls on either side. Similar to many markets you see in provincial towns - doesn't look much at 1st glance but go in and have a look around. A lot of the same stuff in the stalls but...More
It is just a small street with about twenty stalls, that cater mainly to locals and Kenyan tourists. But there is more than the usual touristy stuff every street vendor will offer you. There are a few real artists who combine modern design with traditional...More
The masai market in Kisumu is a much smaller version of the one in Nairobi, which (as you would expect) means there is less selection. That being said, this is a great place to pick up some locally made crafts. In particular, there is a...More