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Date: January 30, 2016
Venue: Casual Bite Café
Time: 9 am
What will you be doing on 28th November this year? Get treated to an experience of it’s kind at The Kakamega Forest Marathon as you sample the Luhya culture in style. The marathon will take place right in the heart of the forest, curtain raised by the fighting bulls of Western Kenya early that morning. This will be the place for you to taste Luhya foods that you rarely find in the city, as we fuel your body for the grand duel, THE FAMOUS MULEMBE NGHT, live in the heart of Kakamega Forest, sponsored by Royal Media Services. Register today via M-pesa paybill number with your name as the account number and experience the Luhya culture in a totally extra ordinary style.
Date: September 26, 2015
Registration, collection of race numbers, payment 06.30am – 07.30am (Mnarani Club Football Field)
Race briefing 07.45am – 08.00am (Mnarani Beach)
Race start (swim) 08.00am (Mnarani Beach)
Race finish by 11.30am (Mnarani Club Football Field)
Awards for race winners 12.00 – 12.30 (Mnarani Club Football Field)
Celebratory Beach BBQ for all 1.00pm onward (Mnarani Club Beach)
After Party – Music and dancing from 6:00pm at Distant Relatives Backpackers
Individuals – Kes 2,000
Teams of 2-3 people – Kes 3,000 per team
Corporate-sponsored teams – Kes 3,000 per team
Distances: 750m swim in Kilifi Creek, 20km bike ride and 5km run on Kilifi Plantations, with a hint of adventure thrown in.
Find more information on http://www.kilifigoldtriathlon.org/
From the edges of Ngong Hills (Kona Baridi) to the bottom of the Rift Valley (Lake Magadi) over a stretch of 80km, your bicycle shall take you through Maasai countryside; wild, shrubby and expansive savannah. Spin your wheels across the winding Magadi road to an oasis of cooling swimming pools by the day and warming, therapeutic hot springs for the evening.
Camp the night under the starry African night. Breezy as it will be, enjoy the warmth of the bonfire, sample some Maasai-style barbecue and maybe join in the Maasai dancers’ jubilant jumps. Come morning, trade your two wheels for the millipede of a vehicle (the train) and enjoy a game drive like no other.
CYCLING DISTANCE: 80km
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Challenging
Suitable for INTERMEDIATE and EXPERIENCED cyclists
Ksh. 13,500 (with your own bike)
– Round trip transport (to Kona Baridi the start point on day one and back to Nairobi on day two)
– Accommodation in self-contained tented camps (self-camping option available too)
– All three meals plus snacks (during the ride) and an evening sun downer drink (at the hot springs)
– Entry fees into community conservancies
– Train ride fees
– A well-serviced bike, preferably a mountain bike, hybrid or cyclo-cross (Mountain bikes available for hire)
– Comfortable and well padded cycling gear (contact us if you need to purchase any)
– Change of clothes
– Sunscreen lotion
– Swimming costume
– …and tag a friend along
All payments to be sent to the Mpesa Till No. 981718
or to KCB Bank
Account Name: Baiskeli Adventures
Account No. 1170152406
Deadline for booking is October 31st, 2015. VERY LIMITED slots available.
Rakesh – 0717681649/0738681649 or Bernard (Lake Magadi Adventures) – 0717999228/0727075986
Find all the necessary information on this link
Nature Kenya invites you to their sixth annual Charity Golf Tournament, Lungs for Kenya, that will be held on Friday 20th March, 2015, starting at 12 noon at Karen Country Club.
• Ksh. 1,500 – Nature Kenya member
• Ksh. 2, 000 – Non Nature Kenya member.
Teams can also be entered for Ksh 8,000. Tee off time starts at 12:00 noon.
The proceeds from the tournament will help Nature Kenya raise awareness of Kenya’s valuable ecosystems, and empower local communities to take the lead in their conservation.
In the five years Nature Kenya has been held the above tournament, the proceeds have been hugely successful in helping them to improve the lives of communities and conserve ecosystems in a number of locations across the country.
The proceeds of the 2014 tournament were used in planting 75,000 tree seedlings in the vulnerable Dakatcha woodland, an important Bird Area near Malindi and assisted communities living near Arabuko-Sokoke and Dakatcha to establish and manage tree nurseries as part of the forest rehabilitation programme.
This success story has only been possible through the kind support of individual like you. Please this time round consider supporting this conservation work as you enjoy the game of golf.
Donations towards the golf tournament are also welcomed. Find more info. here