Let’s agree on one thing – Kenya is beautiful! Not only that, you’ll always get something new to do and see every time you visit Kenya. So if you’re looking for another reason to travel to Kenya in 2020, come and check out these festivals.
If you’ve never been to Lamu Island, then this is one of the festivals in Kenya you should definitely attend this year. Now in its seventh year, Lamu is the perfect destination for a massive yoga festival featuring more than 150 yoga classes and more than 25 teachers. In addition, you’ll get to enjoy Swahili culture and all that Lamu has to offer.
Dates: 4-8 March 2020
Location: Shela, Lamu town and Manda Island
Ticket Prices: Kshs 14,000 – covers festival present and classes & workshops
Kshs 17,500 – covers festival present, classes & workshops, Swahili dinner and sunset dhow sail
For the food lovers in Nairobi, this festival promises to be a delicious treat for all ages! Apart from just food, attendees will also enjoy great entertainment, amazing company and fun games.
Dates: 7 March 2020
Location: Two Rivers Mall
Ticket Prices: Kshs 999 – adult, Kshs 4,999 – group of 6, Kshs 9,999 – group of 12
Dates: 26 April 2020
Location: Uhuru Gardens
Ticket Prices: Kshs 700 – advance ticket, Kshs 3,000 – squad of 5, Kshs 5,000 – squad of 10
This is one of the most well-known festivals in Kenya that brings together people from all over the world. It involves camel racing, cycling, as well as first hand experiences of Samburu culture and traditions.
Dates: August 2020 (exact dates to be announced)
Location: Maralal Town, Samburu County
Ticket Prices: TBD
Once a year, Rusinga Island comes alive for one of the biggest cultural festivals in Kenya. This festival showcases the culture of the Suba people, as well as the beauty of and different activities on the island.
Dates: December 2020 (dates to be confirmed)
Location: Rusinga Island
Ticket Prices: TBD
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