The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Fun-Filled Treasure Hunt At Karura Forest

With the school holidays in full swing in Kenya there is a need for activities to keep young minds and bodies active and occupied. Many youngsters are doing several activities such as attending camps of all kinds to pass the time and have fun.

This weekend saw a new activity to engage and entice young folk; a treasure hunt. The Karura Forest in Limuru Road in Nairobi which used to be known as the home of society's more unfriendly elements has had an extreme makeover and was the host of this activity.

The treasure hunt saw six member teams choose a trail in the forest and seek several goodies. The most expensive of which was an all expense paid trip to Dubai. There was other activities included children face painting, chocolate tasting and children playing in the water slide.

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