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Shopping Tour of Nairobi | Kenya
Shopping in Nairobi, Kenya's Capital. Find Out where to get the Most Unique Souvenirs, Household Goods and Sculptures and Jewelry at Great Prices

(Shopping in Nairobi offers a wide variety of items such as local handicrafts, traditional arts and crafts, paintings, clothing, jewellery and home-ware. Throughout the city and its suburbs, there are a range of supermarkets, shopping centres, large open markets and city stores. See the best of Kenyan shopping below)



Moi Avenue in Nairobi Kenya

Moi Avenue in Nairobi Kenya

Nairobi City at Night

Nairobi City at Night

Nairobi Kenyatta Avenue

Nairobi Kenyatta Avenue


Nairobi Shopping Tour (Tour Duration: Full Day)

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Included: Transport to Shopping areas of Nairobi & Lunch

Shopping in Nairobi, whether its clothes, books, gifts or food and drink, you can find it in Nairobi. A wide variety of shopping experiences can be found in Nairobi.


It is a good place to pick up souvenirs and handicrafts. All sorts of goods can be obtained from vendors, kiosks, boutiques, small shops, department stores, and malls.

African Spice Safari will provide you with:


* A qualified Nairobi City Driver

* Assisted Shopping, packing and shipping

* Lunch the City's Best restaurants (or your choice) during the tour

* Full day Disposal Transportation to your desired shopping areas of Nairobi




Nairobi Shopping Adventure Prices

Included : Transport to Shopping areas of Nairobi & Lunch

Dates From
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1st Jan 2015
31st Dec 2015
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* Nairobi shopping Tour is available any day of your choice and time




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Nairobi Shopping

Nairobi Shopping includes shopping for all sorts of goods from vendors, kiosks, boutiques, small shops, department stores, and malls. The city market on Muindi Mbingu Street has a good range of items from souvenir kiondo (colorful woven sisal bags), jewelry, wood, and soapstone carvings to everyday goods like meat, fish, and fruits.


Masai market (which is an informal market) offers beaded jewelry, gourds, baskets, and other Masai crafts. More upscale handicrafts, artwork, and jewelry from all over Africa can be found at the African Heritage Center on Kenyatta Avenue.


The appropriately named Biashara (Business) Street is the core of downtown Nairobi ' s shopping district; it is made up of endless small shops and cafes. In the Langata area, the Ostrich Park has a craft center with an artisan's workshop where passersby can see items being made and enjoy a nice cafe.


The Yaya and Sarit Centers are well-known shopping malls located outside of the city center. Uchumi supermarkets, located throughout Nairobi, cater to grocery shopping needs, as do stalls that sell fresh vegetables, fruits, and meat.



Masai Markets in Nairobi








Masai Market Nairobi

Masai Markets in Nairobi; Masai Markets in Nairobi were 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.


These are held around the city at different venues on different days. Not exclusively sold by the "Masai" these vibrant, colorful markets sell mainly tourist fare ranging from wooden sculptures, beaded necklaces, batik wall hangings, shoes, soap stone carvings, sisal bags, kikois, textiles and a whole host of other exciting goods.


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utamaduni art centre








Utamaduni Craft Centre - Karen Nairobi

Utamaduni Craft Centre (Art Centre) is a huge variety of African Curios all under one roof located in Langata/ Karen 25 Minutes from the city centre (close to Karen Blixen Museum, Giraffe Centre, Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi National Park and the Kazuri Bead Centre).


Utamaduni Craft Centre is a two storey building housing about 18 shops with wealth of Kenyan culture inside. The Art/Craft Centre offers a variety of souvenirs including African Curios, African Masks, African rugs, African furniture, Ebony Furniture, African Antiques, African Jewellery, African Jewelry, African Dolls, Safari Clothes, Kikoy, Sarong, beads


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Kazuri Beads











Kazuri Beads Factory (Mbagathi Ridge, Karen)
Kazuri Beads; 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.


Established more than 25 years ago, over the years it has given a number of near-destitute women an important livelihood. You can watch all processes of the beads being made at the workshop, a finely dexterous process, and there’s also a shop. The designs are colorful and bold, reflecting Kenya’s culture and wildlife.


Opening Hours

Mondays Fridays : 0900 to 1630 Hours

Saturdays 0800 to 16.30 Hours


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Spinner’s Web





Spinner’s Web (Getathuru Gardens, off Peponi Road, Spring Valley)
Spinner’s Web; Spinner’s Web Store was originally created to provide a showplace for Kenya’s many spinners and weavers. The shop has grown to encompass “the best of Kenya” at every level of handcrafted products.


Because over 200 groups provide their products for sale at Spinner’s Web, the Shop is a must see experience for residents and tourists alike. Spinner’s Web Shop has a good collection of quality crafts, textiles and jewellery, much of it sourced from women’s groups.


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Robert Glen Gallery








Robert Glen Gallery (off the Magadi Road, off Mukoma Road)

Robert Glen Gallery Art Gallery Nairobi is only 4 minutes off the Magadi Road, off Mukoma Road if you are visiting the Sheldrick Orphan Elephants in Nairobi, Kenya. This gallery in Langata shows Robert's latest works in Bronze sculptures of wildlife, birds and people.


Robert Glen Gallery offers limited edition of bronze sculptures of Animals, birds, People and Human Culture in Bronze etc which are unique to remind guests of their African holiday Safari.


The Art Gallery is open 7 days a week preferably by appointment. African Spice Safaris provides tours and transport to the Gallery for guests to purchase bronze sculptures.


Robert Glen lives in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania where he sculpts the wildlife, birds and the people living around him. His moulds are then taken to Italy for casting in Limited Editions of never more than ten castings.


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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.


Items in the showroom make a difference to the world and its people..Marula Studios contains a selection of Kenyan businesses including clothes made from Kangas, beadwork etc.

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Collectors Den Store Objects of Fine African Art

The Store specializes in Crystal & Engraved Glass products and Exclusive African handicrafts made from wood which includes Carved Animals, Salad Set Items, Ebony Crafts, Beaded Items, Soapstone Collection and items made from Bone.


Each item is designed and is made by hand by indigenous people of Kenya. Tanzanite, Tsavorite gem stones are also available.| Full Details


African Heritage Pan African Gallery

A wide range of pan-African curios, arts, crafts and jewellery is displayed. The Carnivore shop includes an exhibition of the African Bead, tracing the history of African peoples over the past 12,000 years through their beadwork. Open Mon—Sat 09.00—18.00; Sun: 11.00—16.00 | Full Details


Banana Box ( Located at Sarit Centre)
The shop has sourced a variety of quality crafts, often from small self-help groups, with interesting designs — ideal for presents as they’re beautifully packaged.| Full Details


Kamili Designs (Signposted off Langata Road)
There’s a range of animal designs screen—printed on to Americani (calico), with bedspreads, cushion covers and tea-cozies for sale.| Full Details

Gallery Watatu (City Centre, Lonhro House, Standard Street)
In many ways, this is the antithesis of Paa ya Paa, although it too specializes in contemporary African art. It’s a formal gallery with a well—lit exhibition space, and is a regular showcase for art in different media — sculpture, paintings, screen prints and etchings — with monthly exhibitions.|
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Jigsaw Designs (Lower ground Floor, Sarit Centre, Westlands)

This has a range of innovative wrought-ironwork for contemporary homes — ranging from four—poster beds to zebra-screen fire guards and stylish furniture incorporating sea grass, bone, wood, glass and ceramics.

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Twendelee Handicrafts Shop (Lavington Church, Muthangari Road)
This shop supports the Twendelee Women’s Self-help Project. Twendelee means ‘let us develop’ in Swahili, and the women have focused on knitting, although they also weave, crochet, sew and do beadwork. They have exquisite jumpers and colorful mats in interesting designs for sale.| Full Details

Kiko Romeo (Westlands)
A leading Kenyan fashion house with well-made, locally designed, modem clothes in traditional fabrics. | Full Details

Nakumatt Supermarkets (Any Branch in Nairobi)
The principal supermarket chain in Nairobi and Kenya as a whole, Nakumatt invariably has a huge selection of Kenyan and Western foods and other products.


The brand-new Lifestyle store spreads over several floors, with departments stocking all kinds of useful household and outdoor goods. | Full Details

Zanzibar Curio Shop (York House, Ground Floor, Moi Avenue)
Established in 1936 batiks, Jewelry, Safari Wear, Sisal Baskets, Ebony, Wood, Soapstone Carvings, Brass and Copperware, African semi-precious stones. | Full Details

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. | Full Details

The Village Market Nairobi

The Village Market is East Africa's premier Shopping and Recreation complex, featuring over 150 retail outlets, world-class open air food court, a Masai-themed craft market plus fun and entertainment spots for the whole family.


The Village Market is located in the Gigiri residential area which is about 6 miles from Nairobi city center on Limuru Road. The complex is designed to resemble an open-air African market, including waterfalls, rivers, plants and gardens.| Full Details

Gemini Desai Nairobi

Jeweler Gemini Desai designs necklaces and other treasures with ancient trade beads, both precious and fun, from around the world. Gemini’s Jewelry, an exquisite selection of unique, hand-crafted jewelry crafted from exotic beads by Gemini Desai | Full Details


Booking & Reservations for best shopping in Nairobi with transport included to the Spinners Web, City Market, City Market, Gallery Watatu, Banana Box, Triangle Curios Market, Undugu Craft Shop, Kenya

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Mobile : 0721242711- Kenya






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