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Four Memorable Gift Ideas for Your Loved One This Holiday Season

Article by Lena Anyuolo
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Posted: October 26, 2018  
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The holidays are approaching fast, and in case you are stuck on what gifts to get your loved ones, we recommend these four memorable gift ideas for your consideration:

Leleshwa Wine Tours

 

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Leleshwa Wines offers tours of their vineyard on Morendat Farm in Naivasha, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from November 1st to 15th December at a cost of Ksh 10,500 per person. They offer full day tours. To reserve a slot for yourself and your group of friends (minimum of 5 people, maximum of 25), visit their website, and on the homepage, go to ‘Make an order’ and choose the product “Wine Tours” or, send an email to winetours@kenyanut.com

Lunch at Tin Roof Café

 

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This is one of those places that you visit and the memory stays with you. Nestled in Karen at the Souk, opposite The Hub Mall, the quaint restaurant consists of about a dozen tables. The ambiance and decor is eclectic, consisting of black and white photographs of famous personalities from the past, multi-coloured throws and vases. The open salad bar is quite awesome and the food is made fresh on order. As you wait for your meal, you can slip into the Souk and shop for high quality, hand-made jewellery. Check out our appetizing restaurant review→

Hell’s Kitchen

 

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Marafa Depression in Malindi, famously known as Hell’s Kitchen is a small canyon located in Marafa town in Malindi that is blistering hot. Locals call it Nyari, which in Kigiriama means depression. Erosion from wind and rain resulted in a majestic valley surrounded by crimson hills and gorges. Locals tell the story of a thriving city occupied by the Wakiza clan many many years ago. The wealthy lived decadent lives in the middle of the city while the poor wallowed in squalor in the periphery. The glaring gap between the two classes angered the gods and in turn, they sunk the middle of the city, burying the rich and all their possessions, hence the scarlet red colour of the site. You can book an organised tour from a tours and travel company, take a  2 1/2 to 3 hour matatu ride from Mombasa to Malindi then walk a short distance to Marafa or book a flight to Malindi from Nairobi.

Run in Iten with Kenya’s Champions

 

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If you are along distance runner, or a running enthusiast in general, then the High Altitude Training Centre in Iten should be on your bucket list. The centre is open all year round and for the duration of your stay, you can train with top Kenyan athletes and trainers and train on world class grounds. They don’t call Iten the home of champions for nothing. Check out their website here.

About the author

Lena Anyuolo

Lena is a former KenyaBuzz employee.

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