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    Have you got ready for the Masai Market in Nairobi? For a wonderful selection of arts and crafts, wooden carvings and beadwork, you can't go wrong at the Maasai Markets at the Village Market. These are held on Fridays on the upper car park and they have around 300 vendors who participate

    Not exclusively sold by the "Maasai" these vibrant, colourful 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. All items are Kenyan and the range of goods on offer is impressive.
    http://www.mydestination.com/kenya/shopping/111215/maasai-market-(village-market) over 4 years ago

    • Be prepared to bargain hard in the Masai Market. I was able to get cheaper prices at stores in town. In saying that Nairobi was definitely the cheaper place to get souvenirs. Kendall Hall over 4 years ago
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    Take extra care if you travel to the Bwindi forest, and the DRC border in general as insurgencĂ˝ there sometimes spills into Rwanda over 4 years ago

    Answered by Erling K-N via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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