We create tailor made packages for schools and clubs who have expressed an interest in volunteering at our Kenyan projects. We like to give these groups the opportunity to get involved with a range of different activities including working at our spirulina greenhouses, primary level teaching, preparing lunch for the orphans at our day care centres and working on jigger eradication campaigns.

We like to give groups of students the opportunity to experience the real Africa, which is something large corporate organisations do not do so effectively. We heavily discourage any sort of “voluntourism”, meaning you will be working 24/7 to better the lives of the people in the communities we support. No activity is a waste of time, and you will be able to make an incredible difference to the lives of people in desperate need.

We really encourage our volunteers to share their experiences once they return to the UK, and a key part of our programme is maintaining a relationship with our supporters once their time in Kenya comes to an end.

£73 a day to cover all Food, activities & accommodation All internal transport, airport transfers and travel
Pre-travel support from the UK team Location support from our Kenya team
Private security throughout your stay 24-hour emergency back-up from our local staff
PLEASE NOTE As well as your trip costs, all participants are required to raise a minimum of £500 to cover project costs. This amount funds the support & staff costs, other community projects and the work which you will be doing (house construction for a family in need for example).
£500 Fundraising for The Nasio Trust (*Non-refundable in the event of a cancellation) International and domestic air-fares & Travel Visa
Vaccinations & Anti-Malarials Extra Drinks, Tips & Souvenirs
Personal Medical & Travel Insurance
COSTS We ask for a £150 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.

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


Arrive at Kisumu airport & drive to Musanda

– Serve lunch at Noah’s Ark Day Care Centre
– Fish lunch by at Lake Victoria
– Arrive at Chief’s Guest House and security briefing


– Orientation and meet the team with Jane Munyendo
– Visit spirulina greenhouse, farms, fishponds and beehives
– Prepare food for lunch at St Irene’s, fetch water
– Split group in two- home visits to Mama Lucy and Baraza
– Travel back to chief’s guesthouse- reflection time and diary

Visit St Irene’s day care centre (Musanda)

– Organise group games with children, and reading
– Visit the medical centre and speak to staff
– Fit a water collecting tank for a family with the help of local builders
– Read with Children / Sing/ counting songs/ Memory Books
– Travel back to chief’s guesthouse- reflection time and diary

Visit Noah’s Ark day care centre (Mumias)

– Organise group games with children, and reading
– Visit St Mary’s hospital children’s ward
– Teach a lesson at a local feeder primary school and serve lunch
– Travel back to chief’s guesthouse- reflection time and diary

House building

– House building begins
– Travel back to chief’s guesthouse- reflection time and diary

Back to St Irene's

– Serve breakfast at St Irene’s
– Attend a church service
– Tree planting project

More house building

– House building
– Travel back to chief’s guesthouse- reflection time and diary

Down on the farm

– Work on the farms
– Pick vegetables and prepare lunch for the children at St Irene’s
– House building complete- hand over to family

The Mumias slums

– Clean Mumias slums
– Afternoon sports day with local feeder school

Jiggers eradication

– Jiggers eradication campaign, talk from the Red Cross
– Visit Kakamega tropical rainforest

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 2 reviews
September 24, 2017

Thank you so much I will never forget my Time in Tanzania and Kenya

September 24, 2017

It is really hard to describe how much my trip to Kenya has impacted my life. Having met some of these amazing people I have realised the importance of appreciation of what we have. Not only did my trip leave me with a real sense of accomplishment, but also an increased interest in charity.

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