From $99/ person
Duration: 5 hours
Includes food, drinks, transportation
Up to 10 people
Hosted in English & Swahili
11am-1pm: We'll enjoy the ageless beauty of Nairobi's skyline from bird's eye view & on land. We'll meet up at Kenya's oldest skyscraper & then take a walk in the CBD through City Hall, Jomo Kenyatta's mausoleum & several Parliament buildings. We'll end up at Uhuru Park where we can delight in a relaxing paddle boat ride. A refreshing drink could do us good!
1pm-2:30pm: Souvenir shopping at the famous Maasai Market for African fabrics, home decor, statement jewelry, beautiful art work, soapstone, limestone, leather sandals & Kenyan branded apparel i.e. sports jerseys. Having a Swahili speaking local with 20+ years’ experience in negotiating is definitely a plus ;)
2:30pm-4pm: Alfresco (outdoor) dining at one of Nairobi's local premier eateries as we soak up the day's beautiful energy. What's RnR without delicious food anyway!?
We can either eat or shop first depending on how hungry you are...
4:00pm: I'll make sure you're back in your humble abode for a much needed siesta.
✔ Lets do East African Cuisine!
✔ 500ml bottled water
✔ Coke, Fanta or Sprite
✔ Guided visits to all venues by car or a very short bus-ride
I love to begin my day in an open space with fresh air & good vibes, not to mention the breathtaking view of the Nairobi skyline.
Souvenir shopping at Maasai Market is a must-do in Nairobi. We'll dive into what Kenya has to offer in the fashion, home decor & art scenes and enjoy local food at one of my favourite spots.
Good Vibes Only
KES 500 for entrance into KICC.
There is an entrance fee into KICC.
(Adults: Kshs 500/=; Children: Kshs 200/=)
You may also want to carry a hat, sunglasses & Kshs for the Maasai market.
Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.
Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
All participants (and the host) must wear a protective face covering.
Keep a safe physical distance between yourself and other people. When you meet your host(s) and other guests, don't shake hands or hug—try a no-contact greeting instead.