My city tour with a graffiti hunter…


One of the things I haven’t been able to stop is showing off my city, given that staying be hide an office desk for long is not my cup of tea I often find my self tour guiding around the city…

We are lucky to have many unique things to do in Nairobi and more so, mix all this with some bush and adventure.. if you google for things to do in Nairobi a lot would come up and more often the following places would pop up: feeding giraffes at Giraffe center, feeding elephants at the David Shedrick orphanage, a game drive in Nairobi National park, Museums, city walking tours, market tours, Mall tours, craft village tours etc..

But recently I have done  lots of unique tours like flower,Tea and coffee tours, Cheese tours, slum tours, real crazy tours like visiting slaughter houses, selecting a mbuzi getting it slaughtered and…

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Jewelry making workshop with local Kenyan women- An experience with I Like Local

Awesome experience

Female adventurists curing our wanderlust one trip at a time

What kind of traveler are you? One that wants to experience a city’s most popular and busy attractions or someone who wants to immerse themselves in a city’s culture, meet with local people and make a social impact? If you fall in the latter, then this one’s for you.

We recently made friends with the people from I Like Local, a platform founded by Sanne Meijboom. I Like Local connects tourists looking for authentic travel options directly to the local people. Tourism generates a lot of wealth for a country, however, how much of that gets to the local man/woman on the ground? Not much.

I Like Local currently has over 600 experiences across Asia and Africa that can be booked online, they don’t charge the locals anything to be on the platform and give 100% of the activity price they ask for to them. This way the…

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