Kigali Local Markets Walking Tour

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Duration: 4 hours
Provided by Peter Langat
English  |  9:30 AM
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Overview of the tour in Kigali

Even though there are a number of malls, the lively markets and local stores are where you should head to if you‘re after something more authentic. From handicrafts and clothing to fresh fruit and vegetables, get ready to practice your bargaining skills and join us as we explore Kigali’s best shopping spots.
On this tour, we will be focusing more on the local markets selling local stuff, Crafts will be an optional thing for clients if they would like to see them. We will be able to visit the following markets:
Kimironko Market

Walking through the neighbourhood of Remera, you’ll eventually end up in Kimironko, home to a large covered market. Outside the main market, stalls sell everything from meat and fish to sunglasses and household items. But it is once you get inside the structure that you will see fruit and vegetable stands extending in every direction. Packed with carrots, onions, potatoes, lemons, cucumbers, herbs, spices, dried beans and anything else you can imagine in extraordinary abundance, there is no wonder why locals and visitors alike choose it for their grocery shopping.

On this tour, we will still visit Nyabugogo market before ending our half day tour

This activity includes:

  • Famous Kimironko Market
  • Nyabugogo Bus station
  • Nyabugogo Market

Meeting point

Remera KCB Bank

On arrival

Once you've Booked and confirmed, we will communicate on how to meet up.

Things to note

The distance from Kimironko to Nyabugogo is a bit longer, for clients wishing to walk, its possible but we will highly recommend taking a Moto Nyabugogo Market then walk to the city after that.

Free Cancellation

Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.

English  |  9:30 AM
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