BONFIRE AT ROWALLAN.

Hello good people.


This past weekend I ticked off bonfire from my list of things to do while young. I have never camped before, not even for a night, for fear of being attacked by wild animals.. hahaha.

A group of friends from St Pauls university chapel and I had been planning to go for an overnight bonding session. We have been friends and classmates for four years, and now that we are almost graduating we decided to come together and have fun at Rowallan camping site. This came as a great opportunity for me try something new.

The Rowallan National Scouts is sited in Nairobi, near Kibera, a 20 minutes’ drive from CBD. The beauty of the camp site is that it has beautiful grounds, hike routes, bird watching experience, monkeys and baboons on site and bonfire places.

The charges;
Camping fee          Ksh 100 per person per night.
Tent                        Ksh 500 per night.
Picnic or hiking     Ksh 100 per person per day.

The camp site has running water, good toilets and bathrooms, fire places for cooking and jogging grounds. If you are looking for a place to camp within Nairobi, this is the place.

Friday night was the best adventure experience I have had in while. Talk of community cooking, eating and drinking, music and dance, games, bonfire, love and laughter shared in a natural forest setting. It reminds you of your childhood and helps forget all troubles of life.

Thumbs up to the guys who made my night. 
























Photographer- @Ag_mayor on Instagram.

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Wacera Kieha

Wacera Kieha is a Lifestyle Content Creator based in Nairobi, Kenya.

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