Book now your luggage storage in Nairobi on Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network.
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
£ 2000 insurance by AXA included
180 meters from Kenya National Archives
400 meters from Kencom House
Radical Storage is a local experience
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the Radical Storage team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
Safe and guaranteed
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform is covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Online booking and payment are mandatory.
The Radical Storage locations do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online booking.
Luggage storage in Nairobi
Don't leave your personal belongings to the first luggage storage service you found. Make sure the service you choose is provided by a reliable company and is backed by a guarantee.
To get rid of your suitcases and return to visit Nairobi worry-free, book one of our luggage storage place. Radical is the first luggage storage network with locations all over the world. We rely on verified Nairbosi's company to guarantee the best left-luggage service ever!
How much does it cost?
Radical's flat rate will surely surprise you! In Nairobi, you can store an item of luggage (no matter how heavy it is), paying only KHS400 per day. Radical optimizes your time! At our locations, there are no queues! The check-in only takes a couple of minutes. You can book via the website or the dedicated app. Do you have any questions for us? We're ready to clarify all your doubts! Contact our operators now using the chat on this page.
Things to do in Nairobi
Kenya's capital is a vibrant city, chock-full of art and culture, amazing social initiatives, and an interesting nightlife scene. If you are visiting it for the first time, know that there are a lot of things to do and see! First of all, you should take a city tour through the City Center and the most important historical landmarks, such as August 7th Memorial Park, Kencom House, Savova Stanley, and Uhuru Park. During your tour, be careful taking pictures since it is not allowed to take photos of government buildings, you risk being fined!
How to see the city through the eyes of a local
If you get tired of the usual city tours, you can experience a new way to discover Nairobi. You can book a storytelling tour with the guys from Nai Nami, an association that organizes walking tours led by former street boys.
Thanks to this idea, these guys reinvented themselves! With the guys from Nai Nami, you can get into areas of the city that otherwise you would never have seen!