Our volunteering opportunities don’t just cater to the youngsters. If you’ve recently retired and are looking for a new and exciting opportunity, contact us today and we will work with you to ensure you get the most out of your experience. We have had supporters in their 60’s, 70’s and 80’s travel with us to Kenya, so if you’ve got to that stage in life where you think you’ve missed the boat on taking part in the African adventure you’ve always dreamed of, you are wrong! It is never too late to step out of your comfort zone.

So many of our past and present volunteers have found the experience intensely rewarding on a personal level. Seeing the sometimes desperate conditions faced by the people we work with on a daily basis, has a habit of putting many first world problems in perspective.

£500 Fundraising for The Nasio Trust (*Non-refundable in the event of a cancellation) £60 a day to cover all Food, activities & accommodation
Pre-travel support from the UK team Location support from our Kenya team
All internal transport, airport transfers and travel 24-hour emergency back-up from our local staff
Private security throughout your stay
International and domestic air-fares & Travel Visa Vaccinations & Anti-Malarials
Extra Drinks, Tips & Souvenirs Personal Medical & Travel Insurance
COSTS We ask for a 10% deposit when you book and the full remaining balance must be paid 4 weeks prior to your travel date. Your remaining balance can be paid online with our secure booking system at any time.

Your trip cost also includes a minimum £500 donation for the Nasio Trust which we use to continue our work. If you’d like to donate more – just let us know.

You can extend your trip (after the first 14 days) for just £150 per week. Contact us for info.

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
September 25, 2017

In September this year I will be making my fourth visit to Kenya to see my sponsored children. I sponsor two girls and one boy and am looking forward to meeting up with them again. It is lovely to actually meet the youngsters and their family and begin to understand their life. Last time I was out in Kenya was 2015, The Nasio Trust were working on their new Medical Centre which is now fully up and running. Each time I go there is always something new to see- the Spirulina project being the most recent. It is good to meet with the staff in the schools to see how important their work is. I think they like to meet with us too! I am lucky to be able to get out to see first hand the work that is being done, and to realise how important our little contributions are to these youngsters.

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