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Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera takes you to Kibera in Nairobi, the friendliest slum in the world. Experience a part of Nairobi which is unseen by most tourists. Kibera means “forest” and this is the largest slum in Nairobi, Kenya. Kibera Slum Nairobi is roughly the same size as New York City’s Central Park, about 1.5 square miles. At over 1 million people, the population density is in Kibera 30 times that of New York City and Kibera does not have multi-level housing.
Most people living in Kibera have little or no access to basic necessities, such as electricity, clean water, toilet facility and sewage disposal. Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera offers a very interesting and unique experience.
The residents of Kibera are very friendly and happy. You will definitely be Impressed!” Our slum tours operate during daytime and within safe public areas.
We have had ZERO incidents of injuries, harassment, or any complications.
Our Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera starts at 0900 Hours or 1400 Hours daily (though we are flexible on timing upon request) and last about 3 hours.
Details are confirmed upon booking and well prior to the tour. We pick you from your hotel/ residence and transport you to Adams Arcade our walking starting point located along Ngong road.
Here we meet our local guide who was born, raised and resides in the slum. The guide will let you know what is appropriate and will provide guidance around photos, donations, etc.
We begin our walk with the Toy-market nearby, the biggest second-hand market in Nairobi. By the end of our Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera, you will understand the cultural, geographical, political and history of the slum.
Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera Places of Intrest
* Kibera Slum main commercial areas and open-air markets
* An orphanage/ school built by ‘Mama Tunza’. Learn about her work at the children’s orphanage
* Visit inside a Typical Kibera-house. Learn how the locals live in the slum, their difficulties and daily challenges
* A Bead Factory: Local Beadmaker using bones from the butchery. See and learn how these bones turned into beads
* The biogas Center: Learn how they produce biogas from raw materials such as agricultural waste, manure, municipal waste, plant material, sewage, green waste or food waste
Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera Prices
Nairobi Slum Tour Kibera Rates Includes:
Round trip Transportation from Nairobi/ Residence + Restricted-picture policy: Pictures are allowed at dedicated places after permission of the guides & The local guides and safety guards who are very well-known in Kibera and are even born and living in Kibera
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* Tours begin at 0900 Hours or 1400 Hours (we’re flexible on timing, just let us know) daily departing from your hotel or residence
Nairobi Slum Tour Kibera Rates Do Not Include:
* Tips or gratuity
* Travelers insurance
* Communication charges
* Minimum of 1 person required
* Visas, international airfares and airport taxes; meals
* Sightseeing not included in the package; optional activities like Naivasha Boat ride and lunch
* Personal expenses such as transfers to/ from the airport (supplement airport transfer cost applies for tours starting from the airport)
Nairobi Slum Walking Day Tour Kibera Requirements
* Enjoy your time and keep an open mind
* Avoid brightly colored or exposing clothing
* Keep photos to a minimum, and always ask for permission first
* Leave passports, backpacks, purses, and large amounts of money at home
* Avoid flashy items such as SLR cameras, iPhones, or miscellaneous electronics
* Wear covered shoes – sandals aren’t recommended as the walk is hilly and uneven
* Avoid donating cash – Consider supporting Kibera initiatives you visit by offering tangible goods such as food or supplies or through the purchase of products and services. Examples of items for donation include: children’s books, fruits, snacks, and other children essentials. School supplies such as pencils, pens, crayons, and notebooks