After a restful night and a great breakfast at the Four Points Sheraton in Nairobi, we headed off to the Giraffe Centre where our trip participants petted and fed giraffes and learned about the 10 species of giraffe in Africa, with emphasis on the 3 in Kenya. They engaged in dialogue about conservation of the environment in hopes of protecting the future of endangered giraffes and other animals.
We then spent the afternoon on Lake Naivasha. After lunch overlooking the lake at Elsamere Conservation Centre, we had the joy of getting closer to the wildlife by journeying across the lake to the Sola Naivasha Lodges. On our way there, we observed countless species of flora and fauna. The birds and hippos were among the favourites!
Trip participants were delighted to disembark the boats and encounter zebras and impalas roaming the grounds of what would be our home for the night. Dinner and worship brought a beautiful end to an eventful day, and Pastor Romando successfully avoided being chased by hippos! It’s safe to say day 3 was another success!