The best places to hangout in Nairobi with less than Ksh 2000

Langata gp karting

Gp-karting is an adrenaline filled activity whereby you get to drive a open wheel car or quadricycle on a racing track/circuit.

This is the oldest and the most affordable place to go. It is the pioneering one in Kenya.

It is located off Langata road just after Carnivore grounds. It is easily accessible via public means. 

2 Rivers VR

The Arena Two Rivers is an adrenaline powerhouse, a one-stop shop for paintball, Quadbikes rides, archery, VR, robot rides and many other electrifying games.

They offer the finest and most exciting outdoor games experiences in Nairobi.

Village market bowling

The Village Market hosts the Village Bowl; a great bowling alley with awesome vibes.

Bowling is a fun activity for kids and adults and it doesn’t matter if you’re beginners.

Just make sure you get there early to avoid long wait times especially on weekends and holidays .

Panari Ice skating

The Solar Ice Rink at Panari is the only one of its kind in East and Central Africa.

It measures 32 × 12 meters with an ice skating surface area of 15,000 square feet.

It is totally enclosed with ice temperature at -25oC and the air temperature inside the hall is 12oC.

The rink can accommodate 200 skaters at any time and is open seven days a week from 11.00 am until 10.00pm.

2 Rivers ferris wheel

Kenya’s first and only Ferris wheel, located at Two Rivers Mall- Nairobi, is called CK’s Eye of Kenya.

Standing tall at 60 meters high above ground and 55 meters in Diameter, with a capacity of 240 people per rotation, it is currently Africa’s largest Ferris wheel