Before you enter into the forest you will be given a black sarong called a ‘kaniki’ which must be worn in the Kaya, then you are instructed that no public displays of affection is allowed within.
There is a very light hearted side to the whole experience as you hug a tree, listen to stories of natural Viagra and learn about the many medicinal properties of the trees, plants and vines.
It is a lovely experience inside the cool forest but for the most part you will be concentrating on stepping over the buttress roots, not tripping on the coral rocks, avoiding contact with long trailing creepers and dodging great lines of rather vicious ants!
As a visitors you are led through the forest and told numerous tales about the characters that used to live there, their strength, weakness and unique traits. This is an essential part of the experience deepening one’s sense of the Kaya’s living history and Digo traditions.
When you travel with Safari Joe, we will take you for a visit to Kaya Kinondo where you may also experience the magic of this sacred forest.
To learn more about the Kaya please visit "Kaya Kinondo" Kaya Kinondo Sacred Forest