Kenya revs up as supercars descend in Nairobi for tantalizing week-long OneLife Rally Safari

Kenya revs up as supercars descend in Nairobi for tantalizing week-long OneLife Rally Safari

Mark Kinyanjui 15:50 - 25.10.2023

The OneLife Rally Safari is set to take place in Kenya from the 28th October to the 4th November this year, with supercars set to grace the terrain from Nairobi to Malindi.

The OneLife Rally Safari Kenya is set to take place from October 28 to November 4 and it promises a unique experience that combines high-performance cars with the breathtaking landscapes of Kenya's national parks.

Fans will get to witness the convergence of horsepower and heritage as a parade of supercars graces the Kenyan roads. 

The vehicles will range from the sleek Porsche 911 GT3 and Lamborghini URUS to the rugged Ford Raptor F150 and Ferrari 458, among the few that will propose to become the protagonists in a tale of speed and elegance against the backdrop of Kenya’s untamed beauty.

The Safari will start in Nairobi and conclude in the coastal town of Malindi while going through some of Kenya’s most iconic national parks - Masai Mara, Amboseli, and Tsavo.

Nairobi is already filled with an incredible atmosphere. During the past week, the first batch of cars arrived in Kenya’s capital, and it's already clear from the reactions of the people on the streets that excitement is building. 

The arrival of these high-performance supercars has become an event in itself grabbing the attention and admiration of car enthusiasts across the city.

For those who can’t wait to get their first glimpse of these remarkable cars, the first opportunity to do so will be at the OneLife Rally’s public event on October 28th, from 13:00 to 19:30, at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi. 

This event will give everyone a chance to see the cars up close and meet the drivers, making it a must-attend for all supercar lovers in Kenya.

In addition, OneLife Rally in conjunction with its partner  Betwinner has secured over 500 gifts for the audience attending the KICC public event.

Antonio Colleluori, CEO of OneLife Rally Africa, emphasized the need to foster economic empowerment in Kenya by combining the attraction of fast cars with the country’s terrain.

“The rally isn’t just about fast cars; it's a catalyst for economic empowerment. By showcasing Kenya’s unique terrain, wildlife, and culture, we’re inviting the world to invest in our nation, creating sustainable growth for local communities. Tourism flourishes, businesses thrive, and Kenya’s economy prospers.”

In addition, the event has attracted all sorts of partners both in the public and private sectors. They include the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Investments, Trade and Industry, Ministry of Youth Affairs, Sports and the Arts, Magical Kenya, Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), and County Governments of Narok, Taita Taveta and Kilifi. 

These partnerships push forward the event’s significance in promoting tourism, culture, and investment opportunities in Kenya.

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