The rugby season is arguably one of the major sport tourism high seasons on the Kenyan calendar; with fans traversing the country’s pitches in search of adrenaline-laden action from our teams. Top of the season this July is Masaku 7s, which is scheduled to take place this 8-10 July, in Machakos Stadium.
On top of cheering, feet thumping and making merry as is common with rugby weekends, leading online hotel site
Enjoy the scenery and the history
Machakos town made it to the country’s history as the first town to host white settlers and missionaries during the pre-colonial era; the British established their first administrative post here, in a town named after it’s finest warrior – Masaku. That was in 1887. First forward to date, Machakos is the administrative town of the county; marked by scenic, green, hilly and sometimes rocky borders. Among it’s fascinating musings is the mythical hill that’s said to change one’s gender if you go around it seven times – well, this would kill some trade.
Dubbed the ‘magic corner’, Kimwilu in Kamba and even ‘the anti gravity hill, this location – a 10 …read more