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Cultural Tours

Day 1.
After Morning breakfast,drive 250 Kilometres from the hustle and bustle city of Nairobi, in the rich agricultural region of coffee and tea lies Kikuyu farms.Arrives to our Kikuyu village in time for lunch,after lunch you will be introduced the traditional homestead of Kikuyu people, the largest single community in Kenya found in this part of the country. Some of the cultural activities available will include a guided tour of the village, traditional doctor cleansing ceremonies, traditional food and drinks tasting, traditional dances, and a lecture on traditional lifestyle. Dinner and overnight with Kikuyu Family.

Day 2.
On this day,you will have have beakfast and break for Mt Kenya Forest. This is to anble you to see some of the traditional trees which were considered secred by the kikuyu people. Some of the animals will be seen but not dangerous like black and white Columbus Monkeys. This will also give you the chance of visiting the Mau Mau Caves which was used as a hide out by the Kikuyu freedom fighters during the struggle for independence from the british. Then Return to our Kikuyu home for our traditional barbecue lunch.Dinner and overnight.

Day 3.
This will be our last day in Kikiyu family.after breakfast visits to tea/coffee farms, factories, church, a local school.This will anble you mostly to see the difficult situation our teacher go through as due to lack of facilties compaired to your home coutry. How we conduct prayers in churches and how the Culture is well respected. Homestay with a Kikuyu family for a complete African experience where you interact and dine with the family and enjoy African hospitality. Have your clients meet with members of the community and participate in homestead activities by living and sharing with them.Dinner and overnight.

Day 4.
After our last breakfast in the Kikuyu family, After lunch, we proceed to lake Nakuru in the south - another shallow soda lake which has been described as an ornithologists paradise and one of the world's most magnificent sights. Here one has an opportunity to see up to two million flamingoes besides tens of thousands of other birds if lucky. Lake Nakuru also has rhino sanctuary and also harbors lions, warthogs, waterbucks, buffaloes, hippo and many other animals.Just before Nakuru we see the Great Rift valley plus the famous Thomson falls. Dinner and overnight in our gest house or camp located within the Nakuru National park.Rememebr,we wil have the evening game drive.

Day 5.
wake up early in the morning for a game drive.This is the best time to see the animals hunting as this is mostly in themorning.Return to the camp at 9 or 10am for the main breakfast. After breakfast,you could now rest in the camp till lunch time when we go for the last game drive in this park.Dinner and overnight.

Day 6.
Deprat Lake Nakuru after breakfast heading now to Tanzania.Lunch willbe served on the way before