Nairobi Cultural Experience and Shopping Tour begins with a visit to the African Heritage Gallery, located at the Carnivore grounds. Inside, the African Trader Gallery celebrates the textiles, sculpture, and unique handicraft from Africa.
Our next shopping stop is at Utamaduni Craft Centre, selling a huge variety of African Curios all under one roof. Products include African Curios, African Masks, African rugs, African furniture, Ebony Furniture, African Antiques, African Jewelry, African Dolls, Safari Clothes, Kikoy, Sarong, beads and much more!
The Next stop will be Kazuri Beads Factory (Mbagathi Ridge, Karen):- Kazuri Bead Factory is located on Mbagathi Ridge, Karen a stones-throw away from Karen Blixen Museum in Karen. Kazuri meaning small and beautiful in Swahili, makes exquisite handmade ceramic beads, jewellery and pottery. Have lunch at Tamambo(Own expense)
After lunch enter Marula Studios Store: Marula Studios The Eco, Ethics and Organics Hub in Karen, Nairobi, where visitors can shop and view the crafting of handmade products.
The next stop will be Nairobi City Market (Muindi Mbingu Street): Bargaining is a sport at the stalls scattered throughout the City Market. This sprawling complex, which was originally an aircraft hangar, offers curios and other souvenirs as well as food vendors.
If happens to be on the market day enter Masai Markets ; Masai Markets in Nairobi was started by Masai women who wanted to sell directly to visitors. Masai Markets have blossomed over the years. For a wonderful selection of arts and crafts, wooden carvings and beadwork, you can't go wrong at the Nairobi Masai Markets. Then drop you back to your hotel