- Join me on the back of a boda boda (motorbike) like all locals do
- Experience Nairobi in a different and comfortable way (no traffic jams!)
- Have a Kenyan sweet tea and a chapatti at a little café
- Learn about life as a boda driver from me
- Visit a unique art center where local artists work in their studios
- Explore a local flee market frequently used by Nairobians
- Enjoy a delicious and authentic Kenyan meal (optional)
- Duration: 3 hours
This will be an experience of a lifetime that will give you a true feeling of Nairobi. It is a great thing to do in Nairobi for a day. You will hop on the back of my boda boda (motorbike) and I will show you the hidden sights of Nairobi. I am a professional boda boda driver trained by Savvy Riders (a Dutch motorbike company). So no worries about safety! We have thought about everything.
I will first take you to Nairobi’s bustling city center where we will have a typical Kenyan chai and a chapatti. Staple food that every Kenyan drinks and eats. While enjoying our snack I will share my story about life as a boda driver. You can ask as many questions as you like!
After this break we will continue our ride via some nice and more quiet roads towards a local art center where 25 artists work in their studios and create some unique art pieces. One of the artist will give you a short tour and you have the opportunity to chat with the local artists.
Then it is time to hop on the bike again to go to Toi market, a local flea market where they sell clothes, food items, and art pieces. It is a market many Nairobians are going to. Lemmy will take you around and can teach you how to bargain the Kenyan way.
Then it is time to fill up our tummy’s with some delicious and authentic Kenyan food prepared by David and Lucy (optional). They make some of the best food in town in a lovely setting.
I hope to show you my city soon!
- Me, your driver
- Pick up at your hotel or house
- Motor bike
- Art tour
- Chai and chapatti
- Flea market tour
- Food at Lucy’s and Davids place
- Items you want to buy at the market or art center