White Water Rafting Challenge 2015

What an amazing weekend we had at Savage Wilderness Camp in Sagana, as we experienced the rapids of River Tana for a second year  in 2015. We had promised that this year would be bigger and better than last year and it was! We had 29 teams and over 100 spectators and together we have raised Ksh 3m. The water level was also higher and the rapids were bigger and better. We would like to thank the corporates that sponsored teams, individuals that fund raised for their own teams and also all the rafters who raised over and above the minimum amount. Thank you for coming along to raft and spectate.

Top Line Statistics for 2015
Saturday 23rd May: Morning Session

PwC Raiders Team 2 – Winner

PKF team 2 – Runner up

Saturday 23rd May: Afternoon Session

Knight Frank – Winner

A&K Riff Rafters 2 – Runner Up

Sunday 24th of May: Morning Session

Rift Valley Lodge- Runner Up

Lancet Labs – Winner

                                                    Overall winners: Knight Frank Ltd and Lancet Labs Ltd 

                                                    Overall 1st Runner Up: PwC Raiders Team 2

 Amazing Fundraisers!

Amazing Fundraisers

The concept of fundraising over and above the registration fee for white water rafting can be quite challenging. That is why when a team goes above and beyond this challenge to raise a staggering amount; we have to give them a much deserved mention and kudos. The GIO GIO team, led by Musti Mamujee have managed to raise a staggering Kshs 855,000!!! The highest any team has raised since we begun the White Water Rafting Challenge in May 2014.

The 2nd highest fundraiser was the Rift Valley Lodge team lead by Nicola Armitage. The 3rd highest fundraiser was the Chandaria Team led by Amee Devani.

Click here to view pictures from 2015 White Water Rafting Challenge

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