Walk like a local across Nairobi's monuments, museums, landmarks and markets
This private tour will take you on a sightseeing of the Nairobi City Centre. You will get to know more about the city's rich history as you learn to find your way like a local. You will see some of the historic buildings, popular landmarks, Monuments and Museums within Nairobi.
The tour will include visiting:
Maasai Market: Do you dare to test your bargaining power as you purchase the best souvenirs (please note that shopping is at travelers' own discretion)? Well then, let's explore Nairobi's best souvenir market!
City Market: It is one of the oldest formal markets in Kenya. Here traders sell flowers, fish, vegetables, handicrafts, and jewelry.
Kenyatta International Convention Center: View the entire city from one of Kenya's tallest buildings.
Other places include McMillan Library, August 7 Memorial Park, Uhuru, and Central Parks, Kenyatta International Convention Center, Khoja Mosque, Railway Museum, National Archives, City Hall, Jeevanjee gardens, Supreme court and Parliament building.
Tour will start by picking you up at your hotel in Nairobi or Meeting up outside Hilton Hotel. We will then begin our walk around the city by visiting The Maasai Market, Railway Museum, August 7 Memorial Park, National Archives, City Market and Kenyatta international conference center.
Along the streets of Nairobi we will see and take photos of popular and famous landmarks such as the City hall, Parliament building, The high court, Khoja Mosque, Dedan Kimathi and Tom Mboya statue.
The tour will also see as stop by the Jeevanjee gardens, Phoenix Theatre, McMillan Library, resting at Uhuru Park, and have a view of the Nyayo monument at Central Park.
End of Tour!
Note: Make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes/boots.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your Nairobi hotel or Outside Hilton Hotel Nairobi.
End location: At your Nairobi hotel or Outside Hilton Hotel Nairobi.
Duration: 5 hours 30 min.
As this is a walking tour, heavy rain may affect its duration (though it doesn't rain often).
Mostly walking but we may use public transport buses (matatus)
NB: Matatus are unique buses used for public transportation in Kenya.
A vehicle to take guests to their hotels within Nairobi city.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15000 Kenya Shillings - Entrance to Railway Museum, Kenyatta International conference center, National Archives, Memorial park and Lunch.
Should you wish to do some shopping at Maasai market and/or City market.
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