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Rock Climbing Photo: KIT MIKAYI These are sacred rocks on Kenyan Wildli...
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By Eli Buzzell
From: Lives in a 4runner
Jun 9, 2014
This rock looks fantastic! It definitely puts africa on my to-do list!
By Vincent Owino
Feb 20, 2016
WHO WE ARE: YAGO B BOULDERING
We are professional climbers, tour and safari organization based here in Kisumu City operating in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
Our Mission is to provide patrons of all ages a fun, climbing skills, promote tourism in East Africa, safe environment in which to exercise, socialize, and gain new experience through bouldering.
Our goal is to maximize our clients/friends/customers satisfaction and value according to their demands. To us the client/customer/friend is supreme.
Objectives
Yago B Bouldering plans on achieving these objectives:
· To establish a small community trading hub/village center for daily food stuff to the entire community.
· To offer after school youth and school going kids climbing programs, hence remove them from the slums to come out and climb thus foster their skills
· To offer after school youth micro business training programs through bouldering activities
· To establish affordable traditional chilling out point for both locals and international tourist and climbers
· Become the primary center for outdoor climbing in the greater Yago in Seme Sub County area.

Kit-mikayi rock, called the granitic tour, is just next to us, say few meters away. Why don't we try this? It could be of international competition
here in Kenya (Africa)
You can reach us on vincentowinodon@yahoo.com or on our website on yagobouldering.com or on facebook page at Yago B Bouldering our phone number is +254703888367
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KIT MIKAYI
These are sacred rocks on Kenyan Wildlife Service land. When I asked, the locals said we could use our ropes after paying to hike around the rocks with the historian. I declined to climb the incredible cracks due to the previous day's bruising at Sengalo Rocks.

Kit Mikayi is visble along the paved road from Kisumu to Kogelo.

Submitted By: Ken Trout on Feb 11, 2013
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