Bomas Of KenyaCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Kuwinda, Nairobi, Kenya
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 254-20891391
- Ticket Price: 600 KES
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Hotel, Art And Culture, Off Road, Estate, Village, Restaurant, Entertainment, Performance, Family And Kids
Bomas Of Kenya - Review
The Bomas of Kenya is a visitor village in Langata, Nairobi. The Bomas estates show universal villages having a distinct place among the numerous Kenyan tribes. Bomas of Kenya Nairobi was secured by the administration in 1971 as a subsidiary organization of the Kenya Tourist Development Corporation as a vacation destination. It likewise needed to save, look after and safeguard the rich and differing social qualities of different tribal assemblies of Kenya. The Bomas of Kenya represents Kenya in a small scale. It is an absolute visiting necessity to all guests. Arranged 10km from Nairobi downtown area, and in the proximity of 1 km from the principle passage of the diverse Nairobi National Park, the Bomas of Kenya gives the visitors a chance to see the striking differences of societies that make up the captivating nation. At Bomas, diverse parts of Kenyan society are shown incorporating living styles, life leading, music and settlements. The statement bomass were determined from "Boma" a Swahili word for encasing residence and there are presently a numerous of distinctive "Bomas", every one speaking of Kenya's major ethnic aggregations. The visitors can't bear to miss the most energizing customary dances, moves and gymnastic show which begins at a regular time on a daily basis. The Bomas is also renowned for being an adorable community of hosts who provide brilliant Kenyan cuisines and luxurious facilities to the visitors, along with excellent lodging facilities.
Be surprised by taking a trip to the quaint village of Bomas of Kenya that offers an amazingly unique experience complete with a taste of the local cuisine. Tickets for Bomas of Kenya can be got in direct but we recommend you to buy tickets for Bomas of Kenya from the tickets and tours section as the Bomas of Kenya tickets from here includes several other tours, thereby offering you an unparalleled experience of Nairobi. A detailed info on the Bomas of Kenya ticket prices is also provided for you to glance through.
Bomas Of Kenya Ticket Prices
- Bomas Of Kenya, Nairobi entrance fees is 600 KES.
How To reach Bomas Of Kenya by Public Transport
- Bomas Bus Stop on Langata Road
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bomas Of Kenya
38.8% of people who visit Nairobi include Bomas Of Kenya in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
64.52% of people start their Bomas Of Kenya visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bomas Of Kenya
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bomas Of Kenya
People normally club together David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Or Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Kibera while planning their visit to Bomas Of Kenya.
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Bomas Of Kenya, Nairobi Reviews
Would have appreciated more explanations/information on what you're seeing. You see several different replica villages from various Kenyan tribes. To the untrained eye, many of them look similar with subtle differences. While it helps shed light on the local culture, the price is a little steep for what it is.
A cultural centre that showcases the different life and cultures of the many tribes in Kenya. The cultural dances bring these traditions and cultures to life, showcasing the different dance styles and traditional musical instruments. A very entertaining session. Definitely a must visit for any visitor to Kenya.
This was a rather touristic experience. Depending on the time of day you will get to see different groups performing traditional dances on a stage set up in the middle of a soccer field. Apart from that you get to look at about 200 different houses from all the different Kenyan tribes.
Yawn. Interesting in places, but a bit samey. Tribal dances and huts all very similar. So much more could have been done with the hut displays. Maybe add some people in traditional dress?
I found it rather boring. Some dancing on a soccer field and lots of different huts of different tribes to look at. As the huts are rather similar you get the idea quite fast. For 1.000 entry fee it is a bit overpriced but will hopefully contribute to good causes.