Kenya is a world acclaimed sporting nation.  The name Kenya has become synonymous with athletic prowess and eminence.  The Kenyan love of sport provides ample opportunities for the visiting sport enthusiast.  Away from the big game of our parks and reserves there are plenty of Big Games to see.

Participate in sport and athletic adventures.  Experience new sights and cultures.  Contribute to community service projects and immerse yourself in a new environment while maintaining or improving your fitness level:

  • Visit athletic camps in Nairobi and in the high altitude of the Rift Valley
  • Rugby Sevens
  • East Africa Safari Classic Rally
  • Annual Donkey Races in Lamu (held during the month of November)
  • Bull Fighting events in Western Kenya and Kakamega Forest
  • Maralal International Camel Derby held outside of Maralal town (held annually in August)
  • Kenya Athletics and High Altitude Training.  Visit athletic training venues:
    •       Kipchoge Keino Training Centre/Camp in Eldoret
    •       High Performance Training Centre for long and middle distance runners
    •       High Altitude Multi-Sports Training Centre in Iten and Kaptagat near Eldoret
    •       Training camps belonging to various sport shoe manufactureres
  • Golfing at various golf courses
  • Football matches
  • Water Sports; swimming, deep sea fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling, yachting, water surfing, etc.
  • White Water Rafting on River Tana at Sagana
  • Horseback Riding Safaris
  • Sports events engaging the youth to keep them busy, involved and focused. eg; football, volleyball
  • Biking and Cycling Sports in Western Kenya and in Mombasa.  The Boda Boda riding contest along Lake Victoria villages and beaches creates awareness of HIV/AIDS
  • Moi International Sports Centre – Kasarani and Nyayo National Stadiums.  Special Olympics for disabled and various annual sporting events at the Moi Internaitonal Sports Centre, kasarani
  • Sailing in and learning to sail a traditional sailing boat/dhow

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