Exchange wildlife for nightlife on this exciting Nairobi Nightlife experience with dinner. Explore the city’s hotspots with your local guide who will take you around some of this eclectic city’s top destination. Toast the evening with three included drinks and tuck into a savory East African meal with friends. This small-group experience is limited to 12 people to insure individualized attention and the best possible night of Nairobi fun for all!
Discover Nairobi by night on a 3-hour tour of the city’s hotspots with a local guide
Try African beer at a Nairobian bar for a true taste of Kenyan culture
Sample traditional East African cuisine at a quintessential Nairobi restaurant
Wash down your dinner with a nightcap at a local bar
Small-group tour limited to 12 people for an intimate dining experience
Your friendly and fun local guide will collect you from your central Nairobi hotel and transport you in the comfort and safety of an air-conditioned minivan to a popular bar in Nairobi’s bustling Central Business District. Toast the evening with a cold Tusker beer (the top choice of locals since the 1920s!) and kick off this truly Kenyan experience. Wine, juice and soft drinks are also available.
After a bit of relaxing in the local night life scene, you’ll head back to your minivan for a short drive to a local restaurant where you’ll enjoy another drink and a traditional East African meal with fellow travelers. Typical Swahili dishes showcase the flavor and culture of this incredible region and insure a truly African experience.
Once bellies are full you’ll head to one final bar for a relaxing nightcap. Your friendly guide will answer questions and share stories about this truly remarkable nation and diverse and electric city he or she calls home. Your nightlife experience ends with hotel drop off where you’ll say goodbye to new friends with your thirst for local food, culture and nightlight truly quenched.
We were a little apprehensive about travelling around Nairobi after dark. The heavy security and lack of tourists on the streets was a little disconcerting, however when we met up with Dan, our guide for the evening, he immediately put us at ease. He was funny and knowledgeable making the night a really good experience. The food was interesting and the music was great - we listened to a Congolese rock band if you can believe it!!!!!. We learned a lot about Kenya as he was a wealth of information. My wife and I were the only two on the tour that night so we had Dan to ourselves. All in all I would recommend this tour as a unique experience you are not likely to repeat anywhere else in the world - it really took us outside our usual experiences (and comfort zone) and we certainly will remember it for a long time.
Our "Host/Guide" began evening apologizing for "knowing nothing" about restaurants, music clubs or night life in Nairobi, indicating he had never before served as a guide or host for the "Nightlife Experience ". He then took us to a restaurant that had no menu, no real service, and was quite filthy (food on floor, dirty tables all around) apologizing once again indicating he had never been to that restaurant before. He then told us that dinner cost more than anticipated, and therefore he could not take us to the scheduled music club. He then took us to a "dive" and said and did nothing to protect or defend us when locals continuously harassed us to by more drinks, food, cigarettes, and handicrafts. Apparently he got involved in some dispute with the owner of the "dive" because he made us wait a good half hour after we indicated our strong desire to leave and return to the hotel.
We also took your "Walking Tour of Nairobi" which was outstanding, informative and enjoyable in every respect, BUT YOUR "NAIROBI NIGHTLIFE EXPERIENCE WITH DINNER" WAS A TERRIBLE DISAPPOINTMENT, A VERY NEGATIVE EXPERIENCE, AND THE WORSE PART BY FAR OF OUR ENTIRE
17 DAY KENYA/TANZANIA SAFARI .