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This is a walking tour through the slum area of Nairobi. 1.2 million people crammed into such a small space. Learn the truth about why they live such lives and why they never lived in the houses the government built, supposedly for them. I visited...More
its now a dis-speakable informal settlement and a shanty village for the urban poor where basic human amenities are a challenge and hard find. and it seats between the affulent high end estates of Kabarak gardens, Lang"ata and Hurling am/ adams
We were a bit nervous about doing this but we shouldn’t of been it was one of the best things I’ve ever experienced ! You will be so humbled . The people are unbelievably friendly and everyone seemed to want to come and talk to...More
This place was one of the most unique and different places we have visited. I am humbled to have visited this place, where more than a million people are packed into 2.5 square kilometres and they are happy and cheerful and helpful. I definitely recommend...More
We just drove through to take photos. It was very fascinating! We were amazed that even though the people are given a new government housing option they choose to sublet the new housing and remain living as they do in this condition.
Yes, it is a slum. It is good for those of us who have so much to see what it is like to live with far less. I found that the people who live in Kibera have a wonderful sense of community, caring for each...More
Our team of 10 pax had a visit to Kibera slum with our guide Steve, the tour was well organized by Tsavo cats tours and safaris. The area has got so many people. We recommend to visit the place during the day with enough security.
Do not treat Kibera as curiosity. This is a place where you can see how poor people live still trying to be happy, bring up children well, get good education and then trying to help those who still live there.
Do not go there alone...More
Response from KevinTravel254 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Kibera tour is very easy to arrange, you can do it from anywhere, but for first-timers,it is strongly advisable to have someone on the ground or an agency if it is a group tour (I can recommend one).
Hi yes I can it's a charity based tour called agape hope for kibera slums tours the charity I work a uk based charity works with them and collins wasonga lives there and knows a lot search for him or agape hope for kibera... More
Hi yes I can it's a charity based tour called agape hope for kibera slums tours the charity I work a uk based charity works with them and collins wasonga lives there and knows a lot search for him or agape hope for kibera slums tours on social media sites to contact him