- Meet the wonderful people of Kibera, Africa’s largest slum
- Get insight into their daily lives
- Visit local initiatives and meet the wonderful children of the community school
- Duration: 3 hours
- Private tour
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This tour will give you insight and understanding of the daily lives of many local people in Nairobi. We will visit the Kibera Slum, the largest slum of Africa that is a village on itself. As a social worker I am actively involved in the life of the people here and many of time are happy to receive you and show you their day-to-day lives.
Many people started their own little businesses, from jewelry making to art shops. We will start our walk to visit some of these impressive local businesses. We continue our tour to the HIV & AIDS empowerment project where you can get insight into the lives of these women and what they make out of it.
After this we will meet local children in the local school we support. Many enthusiastic and curious children will warmly welcome you.
While continuing our walk I will tell more about life in the slum and how everything is organized. We will end our tour at the Kibera viewpoint that gives you a good overview of the Kibera slum and its extensiveness.
If you wish we can go for lunch or snack to the Nakumatt Prestige. Nevertheless this is not included in the price.
If you are interested in volunteering projects, let me know. This is something we offer too.
- Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
- Local guide