Local and cultural experiences we offer
We offer our clients a unique insight on a daily life in Kenya. For example:
We visit the Kikuyu in a village in the Kenyan highlands near Nyeri town where we interact ,dine and dance with them as a way of socializing. A basic day there is, participating in normal chores which involve colllecting firewood, cooking Kikuyu food,fetching water, slaughtering goats, etc and all in all learning about them as a tribe which also entails their participation in the Mau Mau rebellion during our colonization times.
Another tribe we visit is Samburu, where we also involve in making traditional fire like the old days and also drinking blood from the goats neck. We also learn about their tradition and culture.
Stop and smell the roses- as is their motto. This wonderful flower farm is based in Nanyuki and is a place where you can have a stopover and smell their beautiful roses and learn how they make it to Europe,as how they ended in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Wedding in United Kingdom. You could have some wine afterwards while listening to the Hobbs family journey to Kenya.
Browns Cheese farm
This here is for the cheese lovers. In Browns Cheese you will discover flavour differences and cheese families with 8 cheeses including some seasonal cheeses kept just for group tastings. A tour of the factory and overview of how cheese is made. A 3 course lunch made with 100% homegrown ingredients, set in green and tranquil surroundings. Cows and chickens all to enjoy. Milking of cows possible for kids interested.An extensive tour of the biodynamic vegetable garden.Buying a selection of cheeses to take home at factory prices.Mozzarella making for groups that are interested. And complimentary wine or beer as well.
"Travel and change of place impart new vigor to the mind." - Seneca
"Africa changes you forever, like nowhere on earth. Once you have been there, you will never be the same."- Brian Jackman
"It is really beautiful. It feels like God visits everywhere else but lives in Africa."- Will Smith
"I never knew of a morning in Africa when i woke up that i was not happy." - Ernest Hemingway