Sojourn Africa Safaris
Kibera Slum Walking Tour
Kibera Slum guided tour is a walking visit of Kibera slums which are among the largest in Africa. Kibera slum visit tour starts with a drive to the slum and a walk through the main thoroughfare into the village to visit with orphaned children schools, special projects in the area including communal cooking facilities, and human waste biogas projects.
The highlights of a Kibera Slum visit include:
You will be driven on Ngong road up past Uchumi supermarket and turn left. Drive past the DO’s Kibera headquarters and into the Bombolulu stage where you start the walking descent into the main Kibera slum road.
Visit the Soweto village homesteads and continue to the curio or handicraft workshop where you will see the Kibera women make handicrafts to earn a living from animal bones.
Continue with your visit to some nursery schools and see the water vendors and a communal shower shops.
You will meet with other slum dwellers and mingle and ask questions about their lives.
Visit the biogas project where human waste from communal toilets is being used to make biogas which is distributed to about 200 homesteads for lighting as well as cooking.
Visit one of the community based schools which is run with donations from well-wishers which is the highlight of Kibera slum orphans schools.
You will be escorted back to your car and dropped back to your hotel in Nairobi after a life changing experience in a Nairobi Kibera slum tour.
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