The area is scheduled to open later this month and will feature food and merchandise locations, including four walk-up windows where guests can order African-inspired street food.
The story behind the Harambe Market is that it’s a center of commerce and a place for visitors to visit before exploring the animal reserve.
The Market will feature the Kitamu Grill where guests can order skewered chicken and a kabob flatbread sandwich; Famous Sausages which will serve sausage corn dogs dipped in a curry-infused batter; Chef Mwanga’s which will be serving spice rubbed Karubi Ribs; and Wanjohi Refreshments where guests will find alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
In addition to the food and merchandise spots, the Harambe Market will also have seating for about 200.
Look for the Harambe Market to open in late May.