Outdoor Gear Shopping in Kenya

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  1. will says:

    Check out,
    Williams Travels
    Outdoor rental store.
    Mountain view hotel, Naromoru.
    Contact : Daniel Ndoria [+254 722 596 484]

    For Rentals of:
    Boots, Down Jackets, Warm Ski wear , Backpacks, Sleeping bags, tents, gloves, rain wear, walking poles, 4×4 Land Cruiser for Aberdares, Mt Kenya, Gathiuru forest night drives, Sweetwaters, samburu etc

    • Sue Gulcher says:

      PLEASE SEND ME VIA EMAIL DETAILS OF THE ITEMS YOU HIRE FOR RENTAL EG
      SLEEPING BAG
      BACK PACK
      AND WHATEVER ELSE YOU HAVE FOR HIRE

      THANKS AND KIND REGARDS
      SUE

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi

    I plan to ascend mt kenya on wednesday. Can i please have a complete list of all items that you offer for hiring. Thanks

  3. D.K.Mubia says:

    The chairman universal hikers&climbers group based kimunye kirinyaga and my entire group;we are grateful.We didnt know where to buy camping gear for our group and clients.Thanks.

  4. Doshi says:

    You can purchase Coleman & Camping Gaz products from Cello THERMOWARE Ltd who are the East African agents from these brands. Their contact is: info@doshigroup.biz

  5. BBQs Today says:

    Barbeques Today Ltd. Suppliers of world’s best barbecues and quality outdoor products.
    The BUGG is the best portable outdoor gas barbecue.

    http://www.bbqstoday.co.ke

  6. ivy muya says:

    I would like to buy some used hand tents perhaps 10 for 2-4 pax per tent .
    Send me some quotes an where to have a look at them .

  7. judy says:

    thanks for this.

  8. Rick says:

    Hi, in February I will be travelling around East Africa with a Land Rover Defender, that is currently based in Nairobi. I would like to purchase a second-hand rooftop tent (e.g. Columbus, Large) to install on my Land Rover. Would you know where I could buy one? I appreciate your advice! Thanks, Rick

  9. Sylvia says:

    I would like to purchase two second hand yoga mats in Nairobi. where can I get them and at a fair price please

    • LivinginNairobi says:

      Check out Atul’s Shop on Biashara Street. Their price might not differ too much from new ones at Nakumatt, so you might want to check out both options.

  10. Brian says:

    Temboh mountain wear moved. They are next to KIE on Muranga road (on the left side of Thika road between Ngara stage and Pangani underpass.)

    I just discovered Hawi outdoors on facebook (not sure if they have a website), but at the moment they only have hydration bladders and headlamps. They are reasonably priced, do free deliveries and have excellent customer service. I would recommend them to anyone going up a mountain. The quality of the hydration bladders are the best I have seen in Kenya.

  11. Emmanuel Nyawa says:

    Hello,

    I have a small business in Nairobi Kenya that sells mountain climbing and trekking gear.

    Some clients of mine are planning a trek in the Mt Kilimanjaro area in East Africa. The climate in the area can be very cold, moist, rough/ rocky. The trek will involve some amount of climbing.

    They have given me an order for the following items, new or used:
    1. Hiking boots- light weight, ankle length,
    2. Thermal suit- full body length (or, vest & leggings)
    3. Light weight rain suit,
    4. Gaiters,
    5. Head lamp,
    6. Water bladder with insulated pipe and mouth piece,
    7. Back pack,
    8. Head cover (for the cold).

    Kindly give me a quote and, advise any other item that could be necessary.

    Quality is important, while also looking for good bargains (the reason for including the ‘used’ option)

    Regards,

    Emmanuel Mwangulu

    • LivinginNairobi says:

      I suggest you contact or visit any one of the vendors we’ve listed above, to get what you are looking for.

  1. December 28, 2012

    hiking tents…

    I blog quite often and I seriously thank you for your content. Your article – Coleman oasis has truly peaked my interest. I am going to take a note of your site and keep checking for new details about once a week. I subscribed to your RSS feed as well….

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