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Highlights

  • Visit the Kibera Slum with a guide
  • Gain a deeper understanding of Kenyan life and culture
  • unseen by most visitors

Pick up

You will be picked up at your hotel


What to Expect

Gain a deeper understanding of Kenyan life and culture on a visit to the Kibera slum, one of the largest slums in Africa and a sight unseen by most visitors.

Visit workshops, vendors, and schools in Kibera to learn how the slum's 250,000 residents live on a day...


What is included

  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Professional guide

What to bring

  • Camera
  • comfortable walking shoes
  • sunscreen lotion

About your Localist

Patrick

Am Professional Tour Guide in Nairobi Kenya and are looking forward to share my culture and knowledge with you.


Language

  • English


$ 70 p.p.
 
 
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Contact Patrick

1. Booking Request

When you click on Booking Request you submit the time and date you want the activity to start.

2. Payment

The Localist must respond within 48 hours. We authorize your card for the full amount, but you will not be charged for the activity until the Localist has accepted the booking.

3. Security for you

Funds are not sent to the Localist until after the activity has been completed, so you do not have to worry about your money disappearing.

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