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It was a wonderful and insightful tour of Kibera, which both started and ended with a visit to his home. He even tailored the visit to us and what he thought our interests would be. A real insider tour.
Visiting Kibera was an unforgettable experience that I could highly recommend to everyone who is interested in getting to know the day to day life of this part of Nairobi. Our guide Moses really did a great job - he is a very open minded...More
Today I did a daytour with Moses to Kibera and I met so many kind, welcoming and open-minded people that try to make a difference. Moses knows this place so well as he has lived there all his life. He is an awesome guide and...More
Visiting Kibera with Moses was absolutely the best. He has plenty to say about the place (from history to economics and politics) and will try his level best to make you feel comfortable and knowledgeable about his neighborhood. Definitely call him or email him if...More
I definitely had hesitations about doing this tour because I was concerned that it could fall into being poverty tourism or potentially exploitative. My experience with "slums" throughout the world is that they are some of the most vibrant and lively parts of a city,...More
To be honest, I didn't await such experience I got when being to Kibera. Having already experiences with impolite drivers and Maasai villagers asking for tips, I was thinking that in Kibera, everyone will just try to approach us and get money from us. However,...More
Highly recommend to anyone visiting Nairobi! Our guides Moses and Alistair both grew up and still live in Kibera. They told us informative stories of everyday life in Kibera, it’s history, how it’s changing, and took us through several sub-neighborhoods. We felt safe walking around...More
Kibera is a very interesting place to visit, as 'we' in the west mostly hear the negatives about life in a slum. However it turns out their many beautiful little secrets hidden in Kibera which this tour makes you see. I would hihgly recommend this...More