Bomas of Kenya is a must-visit destination for all visitors. It offers “Kenya in a miniature!” The facility is located approximately 10 km from Nairobi CBD, 1 km past the main entrance of Nairobi National Park and neighbours to Galleria Shopping Mall. This fantastic place lets you experience the delightful diversity of cultures that make this enthralling country, Kenya.
Bomas of Kenya was started in 1971 after independence (1963) with an aim to promote Kenya’s rich cultural heritage. It is run by the Kenyan government.
Bomas originates from Swahili word “Boma” for an enclosed homestead. Each boma (the homestead) in this cultural village was built using traditional specifications of myriad Kenyan tribes; through architecture, living styles, crafts, music and dance this village serves to preserve Kenyan culture. Each boma represents one of Kenya’s major ethnic groups.
Bomas of Kenya is home to one of the largest auditorium in Africa. There is a splendid arena where acrobatic shows are performed. It’s the ideal place to bring energetic children as they can freely run in and out of the traditional houses and mud huts, climb up ladders and generally have a wonderful active time in the modern children’s playground.
Cultural Dances – Bomas of Kenya
Cultural Dances at Bomas of Kenya
Monday to Friday – 2:30PM to 4:00PM Weekends and Public Holidays – 3:30PM to 5:15PM
Daily – 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Adults – Kes. 300 Children – Kes. 50 University/College Students – Kes. 100 School Parties (Nursery to High School) – Kes. 50
Residents/E. Africa Community
Adult – Kes. 300 Children – Kes. 200 Students – Kes. 200
Adults – Kes. 1000 Children – Kes. 500 University/College Students – Kes. 500