- Check out Mapendo’s boutique Kivu Nuru in downtown Goma. She sells clothes for man, women, children, post cards, bags for women, scarves, shoes, paintings, pictures, sculptures, and jewelry. 099 550 2550, email@example.com.
- Deo’s Café sells earrings, necklaces, bracelets, belts, and heads. Avenue Kanyamulanga.
- Congolese wood crafts and canvas drawings are available at Ihusi (Bartes, 099 430 8589), VIP Palace and Chalet, albeit costly. For cheaper items, see the art street near the BEDGL roundabout in downtown Goma.
- You can buy books at Librairie Lave Littéraire on Avenue Beni in downtown Goma. Contact Mayaza Lumuna at 099 413 3614, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Don’t miss Virunga Market, which offers a wide range of clothes. Christian Science Monitor featured the market in a great article in July 2015.
- You can buy self-made furniture at Centre des Jeunes Dom Bosco located at 154 Ngangi (towards the airport). Contact: Père George (099 297 4035, email@example.com).
- Alternatively, you can buy furniture on Avenue Kanyamuhanga, opposite of Vlisco.