Several years ago (around the 14th century), the Arabs came to Kenya and built their village in Gede, which was to hide ivory and slaves. his freedom, the business ended and the Arabs abandoned the village to return to the south of Arabia.The village gradually fell into ruins, leaving beautiful shapes and large baobabs.A museum was opened with the rest of the excavations, there is a large family of monkeys living there who are accustomed to tourists.1st day :
3:00 pm : Departure from the hotel.
3:30 pm : Arrival in Gede, welcome with the local monkeys and visit the ruins with a local guide.
4:30 pm : Exit the ruins and return to the hotel.
5:00 pm : Arrival at the hotel.
30 € per adult and 15 € per child.