Kenya Safari Acrobats, an Exciting Blend of Traditional African Arts and Circus Skills
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The group members learned acrobatics as children on the beaches of Kenya, as a means to break free from an impoverished country. Now they serve as artistic ambassadors for Kenya as they travel the globe, entertaining and inspiring audiences of all ages.
A unique and eye-popping blend of traditional arts and circus skills in classic African style, this dynamic group takes acrobatics to exhilarating extremes, combining artistry with humor and playfulness. A huge crowd pleaser!