Streets of slums

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place full of colour and people who are proud to be part in the local community.

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Big Slum Tour
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The tour description provided is for a 2-hour cultural and photographic journey through Kibera, Nairobi's notable urban slum. Key highlights include: - Exploring the vibrant center of Kibera, offering an insight into the community's daily life. - Walking along the railway tracks, a central aspect of local transport and life. - Observing the diversity...

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Support the locals

The tour package includes a taste of local traditional cuisine or a chance to visit local craftsman. The specific content of the package is described in the selected tour. By buying the package, you are supporting local communities who are paid fair price for the service provided. 

You can also support other locals who are not in cooperation with us since we  arrange a fair trade during the guided tour.

At Bigslums, we have set up cooperation with several local merchants to whom we pay part of our income - see about us. We try to keep the services at an ethical level that is acceptable to clients and also the local community. We achieve this through a transparent management system and adherence to the code of ethics.

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Our policies

We provide an ethical and safe guided tours. We are dealing with ethical conflicts with a code of ethics and a transparent management system. These 4 principles are part of our service:

Group of 5

The ideal group size for a tour is 5 people. It may happen that a larger group will be required by the clients, which we will leave to individual agreement.

Guide + Safety

Our tour is always with a guide  supported by locals who are respected by the community we visit. The tour may also be escorted by police since we  primarily choose an escort based on the current security situation and our clients needs.

Local school, pub etc...

We want to let you see into everyday life and that is why the packages include visits to partner organizations such as schools, other non-profit organizations or various traders such as pubs or various craftsmen.

Support locals

Take part in this tour you support our partners and their community. If you want to support other organizations or entrepreneurs we will help you settle an agreement or purchase their products.

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Is the capital of Kenya. Besides Safari, the city centre and overtouristed places, this city also offers some hidden places but definitely worth a visit. 

Nairobi (/naɪˈroʊbi/ ny-ROH-bee) is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The name comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nairobi, which translates to "place of cool waters", a reference to the Nairobi River which flows through the city. The city proper had a population of 4,397,073 in the 2019 census, while the metropolitan area has a population of 9,354,580. The city is popularly referred to as the Green City in the Sun.

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