Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. Every year the start date varies and is decided at the sighting of the moon. During Ramadan, Muslims spend the entire month fasting from sunrise to sunset, this means they cannot eat or drink anything between these hours.
Not everyone fasts during Ramadan, there are people who are exempted from fasting. This includes the elderly, children, pregnant women and those who are too unwell to fast. Fasts are broken at sunset with a special prayer. Friends and family come together to open fasts, share food and make happy memories. When Ramadan ends, it ends with the celebration of Eid al- Fitr which lasts for up to three days. The best hotel in Nakuru city to celebrate your Eid al-Fitr is Buraha Zenoni where you dine with style and create unforgettable memories.
One of the things that makes our hotel unique from the rest is the cultural awareness. This helps us to relate better to people with cultural differences which results in more cultural connection. Our staff members are highly trained in cultural sensitivity and Islamic etiquette, the hotel also offers Muslim friendly amenities
Our hotel cultural competence has helped us fulfill our guests’ wants, needs and desires to resultantly achieve our goal of exceeding our guest’s expectations. Come experience home away from home and create unforgettable memories. Welcome to Buraha.