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if just the thing for you to do something out of the box and get to meet Kenyans on a different level. This 4 hour tour is run by 2 dynamic young men,Freddy and Martin, who were born and bred in Kibera . You have the opportunity to meet residents, see how they live and the amazing ingenuity of making a living. Even if you live in Africa this tour will leave you invigorated and with your eyes wide open to the realities of modern day kenya.Fellow traveller was a young lady from Vancouver and at no time did ,as 2 women ,feel unsafe .On the contrary everyone in Kibera made visitors feel very welcome .
A really good way to spend a morning or afternoon and to know that your money goes straight back to the community in the form of an after school care program for the children of the area. Reccomended for all ages but you have to be prepared to walk through varied conditions- so good walking shoes and sturdy footing a must. Try it it ,you wont be disappointed. If you want to see some photos or have more details please contact this or go to www.kiberatours.com
Kibera Slum Tours
Founded by Victoria Safaris's CEO -
James Asudi in 2004, Kibera slum tours is today a must visit when you
are in Nairobi. You can take this tour as a Pre and Post Safari
Adventure. This is an eye opening tour for a whole family, mostly
children of 12 years and above. It is a charity tour of the slums in
Nairobi and a replica of what you find in Africa Slums and Kenya in
For your Kibera slum Tours, enquire from: