Kenya has many national parks with a large variety of animals and the 2-day Safari in Tsavo East National park is the most requested Safari for tourists due to the number of animals that can be seen in such a limited time.
This tour features some of the must-visit places in Mombasa, with over 10 local street delicacies to be sampled. With this, you will tour the;1. Fort Jesus Museum2. Mombasa Butterfly House3. Old Town4. Jahazi Coffee Shop5. Damascus Shawarma6. Mama Ngina Waterfront Park 7. Finally will enjoy over 10 Swahili Street Delicacies (Viazi Karai, Bhajiya, Kachiri, Mahamri & Mbaazi, Haluwa, Mabuyu, Achari, Mkate wa Sinia, Shawarma, Swahili Tea)
Experience African Life and Culture in real unscripted African Village. This tour will give you insights into the way of life on the Wa giriama People of the Kenyan Coast, Their Customs, Believes and Practices. Expect a;1. Acculturation – Introduction to the Wa giriama people 2. Tour of Wa giriama Mbuzi Wengi market3. A tour of the Village – The Community4. Village Life Tour (Economic Activities)5. Food experience - (Ukejo, Kinolo, Kadzora, Mzungwi, Mnavu)6. Local Mnazi wine Sampling (Natural)7. A Visit to the local Mganga – Wizard
This is the best tour that you will get to visit historical sites on the island of Mombasa learning the history of the Swahili people on the Kenyan coast together with the Mijikenda tribe which comprises of 9other subtribes.You will get to learn about the Indian Ocean trade in which locals traded with different people around the world for spice, gold and silver, giving back in return ivory, and other animal parts
Mt. Kenya is a mountain located at the equator and has a snow covering on it. We will organize a four days trek in the mountain using the sirimon Lenana route. We are in Mt Kenya national park and you will get a chance to pass over wildlife in the trail routes.
Kibera is one of the worlds largest informal settlements. It is home to more than 600 000 inhabitants that live in an area not larger than central park in NY. A slum is characterized with lack of water, sanitation, formal housing and many other challenges. While visting Ghetto Gifts you will have the opportunity to learn more about Kibera but also about projects that are trying to make a difference. Part of profit from sales at Ghetto Gifts supports a girl child through the the Cup.org program. Objects for sale are unique and developed in partnership with different artists, musicians and designers and women groups and more from different ghettos in Nairobi.