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The Rotaract Club of Nairobi Central has the pleasure of inviting you to their Wild Wild Wild (WWW Installation Party) & Launch of Tribe 365 – Your Cultural Journey to 365 global destinations starting 1st July 2012… You do not want to miss any part of this jungle xtremefever… mad mad fun!

ACTIVITIES: Nyama Choma, Nature Walk, The Moran Team Challenge, Sundowner Picnic, Candle Lit Starry Dinner, Wife Hunt, Beng beng beng & other African hits, tented camping

THEME: The Shuka Affair – All things African

CHARGES: Kshs. 2,000.00 

(Inclusive of transport, accommodation & 4 meals – Saturday Lunch, sundowner picnic, dinner, Sunday breakfast).

All participants must adorn themselves in Maa Shukas. You can place your order for the Shukas @Kshs. 600.00 with either Irinah Wandera or Silas Ndote (contacts below)

RSVP/MPESA: Irinah P. K. 0723 582 492

Deadline for payment is 23rd June 2012.
The 301st person shall not be very lucky. Carrying capacity is 300.


Saturday 7th July 2012

8.00 a.m. Departure from Nairobi

10.00 a.m. Arrival at Olerai Conservancy & Setting Up

11.00 a.m. Guided Nature Walk & Visit to the Oreteti – a Maasai traditional prayer tree sanctuary

2.00 p.m. Lunch

3.00 p.m. The Moran Team Challenge – Maasai traditional sport including the Maa Dance, Spear, bow & arrow hunting,

6.00 p.m. Sundowner Picnic

7.00 p.m. Installation Ceremony & Launch of Tribe 365

9.00 p.m. Candle lit starry night dinner

11.00 p.m. Bonfire

Sunday 8th July
6.00 a.m. Early risers morning jog & game viewing, The President’s Reed Dance Challenge

9.00 a.m. Breakfast

11.00 a.m. Break camp & departure for Kiserian

2 Hours drive from Nairobi CBD, Olerai Conservancy is an 8800 expansive community land owned by 36 families located between Isinya & Kiserian, 7 kilometres inland from the pipeline road. The picturesque piece of Africa’s Garden of Eden is home to a myriad widlife and bird-life species with Zebras & Ostriches dominating the savanna. The resident lioness lives with its pride and young cubs in the heart of Olerai (derived from Maa for Acacia stream), an indigenous ever green acacia forest where I promise you wont see it but all the while the lioness and its pride will have its eyes on you – for once – its game viewing reversed. Not to worry, lots of other game for your eyes to sample roam the plains.

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