Just a week before end month, but that does not mean you should stay indoors. There are plenty of events that you can take part in, like:
Rock Night at Tree House
This Friday Tree House, Nairobi will be hosting Rock Night featuring Ross Patel and his latest creation ‘Falling Water’ from 6pm. Entry is free strictly for 21 years and above.
#TembeaKenya: Nganya Experience Road Trip
Ride in Kenya’s most spruced up matatu: with a top notch sound system, fast Wi-Fi and comfortable seats.
The road trip will explore the country’s beauty, diverse cultures and meet new faces during the event.
Departure will be on Saturday 6pm at Nairobi Jevanjee Gardens. You must be 18+ to join the roadtrip.
#TembeaKenya: Lake Nakuru Day Trip
Escape the hustle and bustle of Nairobi city on Saturday July 23 in this day-trip to Lake Nakuru National Park.
In addition to large wildlife populations, you will have the opportunity to get scenic views of the park from viewpoints such as the Baboon Cliff, Lion Hill, and Out of Africa.
Just two hours away from the city, it is a favorite destination for individuals as well as family groups.
Charges: Citizens- Ksh 2,800; Residents- Ksh. 3,000; Non Residents- Ksh. 9500
Enjoy rugby, music, nyama choma and camping at the Maasai 7s from Friday 22nd to Saturday 23rd July at Champagne Park Kajiado.
Charges: Regular without camping: Ksh 1000, with camping: Ksh 2800, VIP with camping, buffet, dinner and breakfast: Ksh 5000,VVIP with camping, buffet, dinner and breakfast: Ksh 35000, corporate group of 10 with buffet, dinner and breakfast: Ksh 55000
Sunday July 24th from 2pm to 6pm join T.H.E Band at Michael Joseph Centre for old school worship. Classic gospel music by Angela Chibalonza, Reuben Kagame, Gospel Fathers, Emachichi, Christ Ambassadors band, Mary Atieno among other gospel will be featured on the show.
Charges: Advance Ksh. 400, at the gate Ksh. 500
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