Four things to do this holiday on a budget
It is that time of the year when family members come together to have a good time.
However, there are some people who are worried about the financial impact of the festivities depending on how the year has been.
Do not stress. Not having a lot of money does not mean that your Christmas has to be boring. You can spice it up! There are so many things that one can do on a budget.
Here are some of the things you can do this December holiday on a tight budget;
One of the most fun experiences you can have is going for GP Karting. A great place to go GP Karting when in Nairobi is Langata. With about Sh900 to Sh1300 per person, racing on the tracks will make your day.
Watch movies and TV series
There are a lot of movies and series that were released over the last year and I bet you have not watched all of them. Simply go to the internet and google the most-watched or highly rated movies/series and you will find a bunch of them that you can binge-watch.
Try new recipes
When you mention Christmas, the first thing that comes into people’s minds is food. Forget about the normal junk foods you eat, go to Pinterest and search for new recipes and cook. It is fun when you do it with friends. Trying out recipes may even make you learn fresh cooking skills.
There are plenty of nature places to visit in Kenya. From the Nairobi National Park, Haller Park, Nairobi National Museum, Paradise Lost, Butterfly Pavilion in Mombasa, Menengai Crater in Nakuru, Kiboko bay in Kisumu to Odonyo Orok in Kajiado, you can never go wrong. Visit these places and get to have the ultimate experience as you explore Kenya.
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