Kenya is well-known for its incredible wildlife parks and Safaris, but of course there is so much more to this wonderful East African country.
Kenya has over 70 tribal groups and even more languages — with English and Swahili spoken throughout most of Kenya. The country’s capital city Nairobi is often referred to as the birthplace of humanity.
In Nairobi where volunteers live and work in one of Africa’s largest cities. In the Rift Valley, volunteers live and work with the Maasai tribe — a truly African experience. On the coast in Mombasa, our volunteers experience the Arab influence in Kenya’s second largest city and center of the country’s coastal tourism trade. In western Kenya, we have orphanage and teaching volunteer work in Kakamega.
What You Can Do in Kenya
Our programs in Kenya are available year-round. You choose the dates for your program. The minimum stay is one week for the Orphanage and Teaching programs, and three weeks for a Healthcare Internship.
Why You Will Love Kenya
(Not Included: Flights, Insurance, Visas)