Five Travel Ideas for this Easter Holiday

Fancy Food festivities in Mombasa, weekend long parties in the wild, a cool Easter city break to the countryside or Just some valuable family time? There is still time to book an Easter holiday getaway.

1. Party in the wild – Nanyuki

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Here’s camping with a twist. 3 days – 2 nights; Spectacular lighting Monstrous bonfires, Nyama choma spots, Quad bike competitions , Loud sound, superstar DJs and lots more!

The fifth edition of Party in the Wild is bound to make your Easter Holiday experience unforgettable. What’s more, this year you get to experience nature at its best in the amazingly beautiful, Storms Resort.

2. Hakuna Matata Festival – Olepolos Edition

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Looks like this year, Easter Weekend will be a weekend of fifths. The Hakuna Matata Festival will also be on its fifth edition this Easter, to be held at Graceland Olepolos, in the scenic Kajiado County.

You will be treated to an epic night of live Music and DJ perfomances, don’t miss out! On the decks will be; DJ Creme De La Creme, Dj Protege, DJ G-Money, Dj Crossfade, Dj Raj El Ray , and DJ Kace.  P-Unit will also grace the event as the Main Act. This is guarateed to be a night to remember.

3. Xtrym Mount Kenya Experience

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Climbing Mount Kenya may have been on your bucket list for the longest time and this is the year you finally get to tick it off. Thank God for this Easter. Xtrym Adventures, and hopefully you too will embark on a 4 day-3 nights (April 3th- April 6th) journey up Mount Kenya – Lenana Peak.

This creative climb joins two of the most scenic routes up Mount Kenya, Sirimon and Chogoria, producing a remarkably diverse and spectacular trek. Sirimon coming off the west of Mount Kenya passes through the dry side of the mountain with its giant trees and rocky terrain, and the descent onto the Chogoria path is exactly different with its lush bamboo and highland forests.

This is one adventure you cannot afford to miss!!

4. Family day out – Fam Fiesta

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Stuck for ideas on where to take your family this Easter? WestEast Entertainment has that sorted out. Mark your calendar for Fam Fiesta, April 5th, the ultimate all inclusive family festival.

Hosted by your favorite comedians, Fam Fiesta is a fun carnival style day out for the entire family with lots of food, drinks, entertainment and games for all. Your Kids shall have their hands full with mascots from their favorite cartoons, train rides, horses, cotton candy, bouncy castles, clowns and free face painting.

Just so you get to enjoy the festival as well, kids will be minded by a team of trained pediatric nurses so your mind can be at ease as you rediscover your inner child at the adult play arena or just dance along to the live band.

Activities in store for the parents include:  Foosball (table soccer), Pool,  Playstation & XBox Challenge,   Board Games (chess, scrabble, monopoly,ludo), Miniature Golf, and Darts. Aside from the games, you will get to enjoy some comedy, live bands, Dj music, & networking opportunities.

There will also be all inclusive inter-family competitions so bring your kids, nephews and nieces for a fun day out!

5. Savor coastal flavors – Mshikaki Street Fest & Lamu Food Expo and Festival

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Finally, we know Easter won’t be half as much fun without some lip-smacking food. This Easter the Coast serves you to sumptuous feasts, not only in one, but two counties; Lamu and Mombasa.

Foodies, heading down to coast this Easter should be the plan.

With both Lamu Food Expo and Mshikaki Festivals, you have no excuse not to feast. The first of its kind, Lamu Food Expo and Festival will attract an affluent audience with an interest in a rich culinary experience. This is a family-oriented, community-centered event that has been met with great excitement all over the County. What to expect: a street food bazaar, traditional dances, culinary experts including Chef Ali Mandhry, displays of foods and beverages, forums and workshops, visual art, cooking shows and competitions, and much more.

Mshikaki Street Festival on the other hand, is held every month at the Tusks Mapembeni but this Easter, it promises to be bigger and better! Performances from renowned musicians, and a vibrant array of mouthwatering coastal delicacies, from variety of seafood goodies to Shawarma, Kababs to Pizza, and lots more.

Kosa uchekwe!!!

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