Half-day private guided tour from Nairobi to Kibera Slum

Estimated duration 5 hours
Meeting point Hilton Nairobi entrance
Up to 8 People
Tour type Cultural, Local Culture / Folklore

This half-day tour around Kibera Slum in Nairobi will allow you to know more about this neighborhood and its locals' way of living with an expert tour guide.

Discover the hidden stories and tales behind the Africa's largest slum, Kibera, along with its progress towards social innovation & social change.

In this private tour, you’ll get the chance to explore and understand better the culture and life here, visit the school, up-cycled artisan goods that create youth employment, local art & street graffiti, a biogas project & other urban sanitation projects.

Kibera Slum: Kibera started as a settlement in the forests at the outskirts of Nairobi, when Nubian soldiers returning from service with the King's African Rifles were allocated plots of land there in return for their efforts in 1904.

Today most of Kibera slum residents live in extreme poverty, earning less than $1.00 per day. There are few schools, but most people cannot afford them. Clean water is rare and diseases caused by poor hygiene are not. A great majority living in the slum lack access to basic services, including electricity, running water, and medical care.

Note: Vehicle is provided in this tour and it is therefore included in the price.

Bookings are limited to a maximum of 4 people.

Additional information
What is not included
  • Transportation
  • Museum tickets or attractions requiring extra payment or accreditation from the professional
Our commitment
  • Only local certified experts
  • Low prices guaranteed
  • Refund guaranteed until 48 hours before the service
  • Easy and quick booking and payment system. Pay only a booking fee. The rest will be paid after the service.