The camp offers a wide variety of activities including prayer sessions, bible teaching, preaching, sports, team-building exercises, and more.

While we understand the importance of staying connected, we encourage campers to disconnect from technology during their time at camp. Cell phones are allowed but will have limited use during specific times.

Yes, breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided, as well as tea and snack breaks each day. Our meals are nutritious and cater to various dietary restrictions.

Campers should bring their beddings, comfortable, decent and warm clothing, sturdy shoes, toiletries, and any necessary essential.

Our camp has a strict counselor-to-camper ratio to ensure the safety and well-being of all campers. Counselors are trained and experienced in working with teens and are available 24/7.

Registration can be done online through our website or by calling our registration office. Be sure to complete all required forms and provide any necessary essential information.

Homesickness is a common experience, especially for first-time campers. Our counselors are trained to help campers cope with feelings of homesickness and provide a supportive environment.

Visitation policies vary, but generally, we discourage visits during the camp session to allow campers to fully immerse themselves in the camp experience. Please contact our camp director for more information.

We encourage the parent to drop and pick the camper up to ensure a smooth transition for the camper. Additionally, parents are welcome to communicate with camp staff regarding any specific needs or concerns for their child while at camp. Thank you for entrusting us with your camper’s care!

You can get with us by emailing us at or by filling out the on our website at You can also reach us by phone at +254 720 520052, +254 732 520052, +254 700 075555 0r +254 738 075555.

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