It is the tree that grabs you with its many thorns and won’t let you go!.
Stories are food for our hearts and souls.
Storytelling is a way of ordering and making sense of our experience.
You may just want to relax on the grass, and enjoy the serenity, but for those with more time and energy, there is badminton, volleyball, hiking and other activities. And there’s plenty of space for the children to play. In cold weather, you may huddle around the fire to listen to Wamũciῖ’s stories.
This is the unique speciality of Kikwata picnic site. Wamucii is always ready to tell a suitable story with music and song. With pre-arrangement, and at a small extra cost, a musician can provide backup drumming, and traditional dancing for those who wish.
We promise you a refreshing and memorable stay
WAMŨCIĨ or Cῦcῦ Susan, as children call her, was telling stories in Sunday school way back in the sixties. Coming to Kenya in the seventies, she discovered Africa, the home of storytellers.
David and Sharon Jones