Project #TembeaNairobi

How well have you traveled around Nairobi? Forget about the rounds you make to Westlands, Langa’ata, Rongai or Ruaka. Have you been to either African Heritage House or The Giraffe’s Centre? Or just the Animal Orphanage or Safari walk?

We have decided to tick some of these destinations off your list. And we are doing it in style.

DATE:  MAY 7

CHARGES: Ksh. 2500

PLACES WE WILL VISIT:

  1. DIGUNA HIGH ROPES CHALLENGE – Morning

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    Photo courtesy of @Chinkufake

From far, you might think the ropes are not so high, but as you get closer the reality of the vertical distance begins to register in your brain. If you are a thrill-seeker or quick to take on a new challenge, then the high ropes course is perfect for you. We will get to know each other and test our mental and physical strength while having fun.

  1. NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK – Evening0a3366841ba2aa5a404d09a5ed35b5ff184da277

Located just a short drive from the city centre, Nairobi National Park is also Kenya’s oldest national park. A glorious stretch of savannah set against the backdrop of Nairobi’s glittering skyline, Nairobi National Park’s relatively small size makes it all the easier to see all it has to offer in a single trip. Home to four of the Big Five (the elephant being the notable absence). Nairobi National Park is also unique with wildlife like zebra, giraffe, antelopes, gazelle and carnivores like cheetah which are viewed roaming in an open plain, scrubs, rocks valleys. Over 300 species of birds are recorded, they include vultures, peckers, secretary birds and more.

Included: Park fees, transport, guide fees, facilitator fees, lunch.
Excluded: Tips, personal expenses not mentioned, snacks.

Contact Linda on 0704003848 or Sammy on 0702649919 for more info and reservations.

NB: Carry extra clothes to change into for the activities

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