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Naboisho Guesthouse

20-Dec-2014

Naboisho means unity in Maa, the native language of the Maasai.

Our director, Jan Moshier, is traveling to Kenya in January 2015 to dedicate and stay at our newly completed guesthouse. This place has been constructed to give ministry teams working in Kenya an economical place to come for one or two nights after completing their mission.

We want teams to come visit after their mission is accomplished in Kenya. This is your opportunity to see firsthand and fall in love with the amazing wildlife of Kenya in the Savannah of Massai Mara. It’s also an opportunity to meet the people of the famous Maasai tribe and see their traditional lifestyle mixed with their modern one.

The new guesthouse is just being completed and is located right across a small river on the border of the famous Maasai Mara Wildlife Reserve. First, we want to share that Maasai Mara is the most famous of the wildlife reserves in all of Kenya.

This is the largest and also the only one where vehicles are allowed to drive off the trails. This means if a pride of lion is spotted in the far distance, we can drive near them for stellar viewing and photos. All of the famous “Big Five” animals live here. They include elephant, rhino, hippo, lion and cheetah or leopard.

The guesthouse has been built to serve several functions. This area of the world hosts the wealthiest tourists and the lodging rates reflect that. Naboisho House is a welcome alternative with affordable missionary rates, we will have cots available enough to house a team.

 

The guesthouse has been built to serve several functions. This area of the world hosts the wealthiest tourists and the lodging rates reflect that. Naboisho House is a welcome alternative with affordable missionary rates, we will have cots available enough to house a team.

Beyond that the guesthouse will be an overflow for the high tourist seasons and generate needed income for life changing projects like borehole wells. It will provide long stay rates for researchers and medical teams who can have extended work stays in the area only as their budget allows.  In addition, the guesthouse will host a weekly discipleship program for the Maasai people, and guest pastors coming to serve them.

If you know of a team coming to Kenya, have them contact Lightreach to take advantage of our new guesthouse!  Pictures coming in February’s newsletter!

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