• Rhino Charge is Kenya’s annual off-road motor sport competition The precise location is kept secret until a few days before so competitors don’t go on sneaky reconnaissance missions.The event is held every May or June, organized by The Rhino Ark Charitable Trust. The rally raises money for the conservation of Kenya’s Aberdare Ecosystem. Only 60 vehicles can participate in order to minimize environmental damage. The more cash you can put up, the more likely you are to get a place. Crews must be between two and six people.
  • Wheelbarrow Race- The wild bush race and fundraiser has proven to be a favourite among adventure loving crowds. and had grown bigger and better. The Hell's Gate on a Wheelbarrow race is part of a wider national initiative by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) which aims at providing every park with a unique event that would increase community participation in conservation efforts. The events normally takes place in June. 
  • Mombasa Carnival- November is when the city of Mombasa celebrates Kenyan culture with a carnival by the Indian Ocean. Artists, dancers, musicians and tribal people flock to take part in the concerts that make up one of Kenya’s largest annual events. One of the major features is the main street parade with floats that showcase the different tribal identities across the nation. There are street stalls and opportunities for eating, drinking and dancing.
  • Maralal Camel Derby is a camel race that has become a popular tourist attraction. held in Maralal, northern Kenya, international participants arrive to compete against Kenya's champions. Other attractions include a cycle race and children's activities.
  • Lamu Malindi Festival- the festival is celebrated in the town of Lamu with processions and prayers. A dhow race, a donkey race and other sporting activities are staged during the celebrations.  
  • Deep-sea fishing Try your hand at deep-sea fishing, which is at its best along the Kenyan coast between July and April. Sailfish, marlin, swordfish, kingfish, barracuda and tuna are all abundant. 

  • Dhow cruise- Spend an evening afloat on a romantic dhow (traditional Arab sailing boat), feasting on a delicious seafood dinner and watching the moon rise over Mombasa's old harbour.
  • Great Rift Valley- Take in the sweeping views from the road between Nairobi and Naivasha. Here the 2,000m- (6,560ft-) high escarpment walls plunge to the flat-bottomed valley floor below, which is dotted by a small string of volcanoes and brackish soda lakes.
  • Dolphine Spotting- Exciting activities at Wasini Island include Snokerling,Scuba Diving, Dhow sailing. Sunset Cruise and exquisite seafoodining at the famous Charlie Claw’s Restaurant.
  • Laikipia Plateau-- Discover a recent conservation success where former farmland has been opened up as game sanctuaries and stocked with big game including the Big Five: elephant, buffalo, lion, rhino and leopard. The old farmsteads have been converted into delightful, luxurious accommodation




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