Jambo! (Hello)

My name is Elizabeth Kahura the founder of the African Safari Program. I was born in East Africa, in a country called Kenya. I am a storyteller, performer, singer and an educator.

"An educational and inspiring Program that brings out the true feeling of Africa!"

  "African Safari Program: Engaging, Entertaining and Educating! "   

Upcoming Events Coming up!

"Jambo Friends! Happy Summer! I look forward to performing for all my audiences in the libraries, Schools, camps, and special events. It will be fun, Fun, Fun! We are now bookings for Fall, Winter,  Spring and 2025.  Discounts are always available! Contact Elizabeth Kahura:   ekahura@hotmail.com: 512-826-0756. Asante Sana! (Thank you so much)"  

"Elizabeth Kahura, one of our new artists, made her first visit to Tyler in November. This incredible performer kept the students spellbound with her authentic African costumes, instruments, props, and stories. Her shows demonstrate the similarities and differences between the US and African cultures; the main goal of her programs is to encourage a more tolerant attitude towards those cultural differences. One of the schools has already begun using her catchphrase as a guideline in their school - "Good choices, good things." THANK YOU, Elizabeth, for joining our roster."

Pam Linser, 

Education Director,

Young Audiences of Northeast Texas 

African Safari Program

5011 Daymon Court Hutto TX 78634 Tel: (512) 826-0756

Email:  ekahura@hotmail.com

Website: www.safariprogram.com


Sample Tech Rider:

1.        A performance area of at least 25’ wide x 12’ deep.

2.        Power outlet.

3.        Three long tables to place presentation props.

4.        A screen for a short PowerPoint presentation.

5.        Microphone for sound projection.

6.        Students may be seated on the floor or in rows of chairs.

7.        Access to the performance area for set-up and sound check is required 45 minutes before the performance begins.