Untamed goes to the Mara!

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July 29, 2010 – Nairobi’s wildest party goes to the seventh wonder of the world. Join Capital FM and Rangers restaurant from Friday the 13th to Sunday 15th of August as untamed heads to the Mara to watch the annual wildebeest migration.

Be prepared for 3 days of fun and adventure with a Wananchi package of Ksh17, 000 per person sharing and Ki-starehe package of Ksh24, 000.

If you can’t make it to the Mara fret not as the party will still continue at the Rangers restaurant in Nairobi with DJ Adrian, Capital Mixxmaster Joe and DJ Nijo. Entry Ksh300.

Tune in to Capital FM for a chance to win tickets to the Mara or to Rangers.

Here’s a breakdown of the packages:

Wananchi Package     Ksh17,000/= per person sharing

Transport Nairobi-Mara-Nairobi in Overland Trucks including transfers.

Accommodation in Acacia camp includes tents, mattress and beddings

Full Board meals (3 per day)

Park Fees for Kenyan Residents

*(non residents to cater for their own park fees)

Ki-Starehe Package    Ksh24,000/= per person sharing

Transport Nairobi-Mara-Nairobi in Overland Trucks including transfers.

Accommodation in Acacia camp luxurious tents with beds, mattress and beddings

Full Board meals (3 per day)

Park Fees for Kenyan Residents

*(non residents to cater for their own park fees)

 

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  • David

    My Wildest experience was when we went to The Menengai Crater on an Educational Trip on a chilly afternoon and as we got to the top of the crater it started raining and we had to cut short our trip and go back to the Hotel and as we were heading back unfortunately the bus we were travelling in got stuck at some point and we had to wait for the rain to subside before we could get off the bus to push it.
    So we got off the bus eventually and it was all muddy and sticky and we still had to look for a solution. We were about 40 people in the bus and the women out numbered the men and some refused to leave the bus in those conditions. As men, we tried all we could to move the heavy machine but after several attempts we did not get far and it was now getting dark and we needed a solution really fast.
    I mobilized a few people to go and look for some help and as we were walking down we wandered into somebody’s shamba but we had no idea and before we knew it we had been surrounded by the natives who were carrying all sorts of crude weapons and we all froze. I quickly put my hands in the air and asked for forgiveness and help all at the same time but it fell on deaf ears which I realized was due to the language barrier! Luckily one of my colleagues (quick thinking) said some words and the natives understood that we were looking for some help! After a lot of persuasion We managed to talk and walk with them peacefully to wear the bus was stuck and we used their pangas and jembes to create a path for the bus to pass just as the darkness fell.
    It was a very horrific experience not knowing what would have happened to us had we gotten into the shamba after dark!!!
    This is Mr. David F. Otieno.

  • boaz

    It was around 7:30, when i stepped out of the tent where we were camping-out with fellow church youth. It was dead dark at the 'paradise lost'. While walking to the next tent, fear of what may happen was all over. then, then i pumped to a bare chest(ed) human being.I let out a manly cry…. and ran to where I was going. With the attention from the noice I'd made, boys openned up their tent to rescue the poor me. I ran inside then was asked to narrate the story mwanaume! one asked, 'he had broad chest? I said yes, 'which was hairly…? 'yes,… ' aaaa wale ngo'mbe wa maasai? we ni mwoga aje'. got to think of it, it was a stray cow. watu waliburst na vicheko!!! was wildest. I didnt know that mi ni mwoga jo! esp usiku. T'was horrible wild though

  • davidson

    keep up the good work

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