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Miti Mayo Craft Shop

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Nakusupat wrote a review Nov 2015
Nairobi, Kenya78 contributions12 helpful votes
There's a lot of nice souvenirs here. However some are overpriced as compared to local maasai market. The arrangement is nice and the staff very polite.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Jeffery Y wrote a review Oct 2015
36 contributions1 helpful vote
Fantastic souvenir shop with many local products. I bought several beads-containers, wooden bowl, woven basket. Came back twice as there were so many things to check out. The two ladies working there are extremely friendly and hospitable. Things were actually cheaper than at the hotel and at Nairobi duty free. Can pay by credit card. Shop closes at 5 pm. A must visit if you are ever in nanyuki!
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Date of experience: October 2015
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PolarPuffin wrote a review Oct 2015
Rockhampton, Australia26 contributions15 helpful votes
This was one of the best souvenir shops we visited, with a big range of cute and beautiful gifts packed into a small, clean and well presented store. There's some nice lower cost gifts available such as a gorgeous black and white spotted hippo soapstone statue in a little paper gift bag, "Lion in a box" and other assorted carved animals in small banana leaf presentation boxes, fridge magnets, etc. Where this shop really shines though is in the pricier but classy range, including beautiful animal print silk scarves, statues, beaded belts, and a range of dark wood items such as jewelry boxes and photo frames with golden metal cut-outs of animal and tree silhouettes on top, which make wonderful gifts. These aren't cheap, but if they were sold in a shop in Australia you'd pay four times the price or more. Our safari group visited twice and we bought some wonderful gifts - on the second visit our safari group bought a large jewelry box with an acacia tree and elephant silhouettes on the top, as a thank-you gift to Chris and Jess Bray, our safari tour leaders. While the souvenir shop is small, you may need about half an hour just to take in everything in there before you decide what you want to buy. Prices are clearly marked on most items. Pay by cash or card. Its on the ground floor of Nanyuki Mall, in Nanyuki. Park inside the mall's secure carpark, and you can also visit the banks, ATMs, grocery store, and other shops in the centre. Fairly clean toilets are available on the ground floor at the far left end as you're facing the centre, for 10 ksh.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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