Kenya Sports & Outdoors

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Kenya Sports & Outdoors

  • Desert of Gysa horseriding

    Get to Gysa area right outside cairo as soon as Sun rise ; then rent yourself a good horse,(There are many horses available at the entrance of the site) enter the desert area and run to the Pyramides section ; where you shall start to feel like transported a few thousands years ago and then the preservation of the archeological site your visiting...

  • Where to see Soccer/Football

    Local kenyan teams play soccer around town, but the best place to see them is Nyayo Stadium off of Jogoo Rd. Nyayo is big and for around 200 Ksh you can get into a local match. The main teams that everyone here seems to rave about are the Mathare Stars and Mumia's Sugar Lions. Make sure you get there early (around 5pm) to get a good seat. The...

  • Talk about strategy

    After I had chosen my camel, I looked in its eyes and tried to have a good conversation about the strategy of the upcoming race. I found out, that I was one of the few people with some experience in camelriding. So, that could be an advantage, I thought.Before the race started, we got an explanation. We had to make three rounds, rounding trees and...

  • Maralal International Camel Derby

    Maralal is internationally known because of its annual world famous camelrace. In the second weekend of August spectators from all over the world come to Maralal. The Yare Safaris Maralal Lodge is the lively central point, from where the races will start.The camelrace is inaugurated in 1990 as a sporting event. All kind of visitors come to Maralal,...

  • Diving with whale sharks

    Between November and March you can nearly get a guarantee that you will see at least one whale shark when you dive, at least in the area around Mombasa. I stayed North of Mombasa, but South should be just the same.As we stayed in one of the African Safari Club hotels on Shanzu Beach, we booked our dives in this base of baracudadiving and everything...

  • Balloon safari

    For a completely different perspective of the game, try a balloon safari. From your lofty viewpoint up in the sky (usually around 100m high), you have a fantastic view of the plains below, and the animals that inhabit it. You leave your lodge around 5.30 am, setting out for the launch site. The basket we were in held 16 people in four different...

  • Walking safari

    If you get the chance, take a guided nature walk, as there is so much to learn from the people who live in harmony with the land. A nature walk is not so much a big game safari as an educational walk, where you will learn about the flora and fauna and how these are utilised by the people.

  • Maralal International Camel Derby

    Maralal is internationally known because of its annual world famous camelrace. In the second weekend of August spectators from all over the world come to Maralal. The Yare Safaris Maralal Lodge is the lively central point, from where the races will start. The camelrace is inaugurated in 1990 as a sporting event. Recently also cycle races are added....

  • Going to Central island in the Jade Sea.

    You can go to Central Island in the lake by boat. These boats are not like the boats you would expect, or want them to be. Knowing that the biggest population of worlds largest crocodiles lives here, makes you feel slightly uneasy. And big they are, monsters !A few tourists asked themselfes why the Turkana boatmen were scooping water so often. When...

  • Travel with public transport

    You should be very carefull riding on these, they are a bit overpacked. This matatu is driving outside in the far north countryside, no cities around.So you might go, but stay out of the matatu's in Nairobi, Mombassa and other big cities. The drivers use drugs to stay awake and this is the reason there are daily accidents, deadly ones.Drivers use...

  • sea and sun in Malindi

    Malindi beach is a long sandy white beach that's perfect for swimming - at the right time of the day. Your beach activities will depend on the tide: at high tide you can swim everywhere - while at low tide it's a bit more tricky- but not impossible. There's a place called the jacuzzi where the water is constantly high enough to allow you to swim a...

  • coral walks in Malindi and Watamu

    When the tide is out, the coral reef is in! This is both in Malindi and Watamu - but take not that the reef is much nicer in Malindi. It's possible to walk out and about there and admire the fishes that have been trapped in holes and left behind by the tide. We saw corals of every shape and size, some tame water snakes, poisonous sea-urchins,...

  • sea and sun in Watamu

    Watamu beach is a paradise about 20 kilometres and minutes from Malindi - by taxi of course. The beach is wide and white, the sea has all the hues and shades of blue and green, and at low tide you can walk to a little atoll/island nearby: the island of love. You can also see some large coral "mushrooms" which are very suggestive, and little coral...

  • Kick up some DUST!

    Hey, two very BIG BUFFALOS! Near the MARA RIVER. They just TOOK FLGHT!Racing, jogging? Like watching that DUST!!MASAI-MARA 9/2002 CAMERA!

  • Diving

    If you've never had a go or are a seasoned diver, the Kenyan coast is a fabulous place to dive. There is a fringing reef the length of the country and you can get a fabulous 6-10m dive and see stacks of fish. Outside the reef provides excelleny drift dives. Bring your own or hire. Many of the dive centres are large and well equiped.


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