Highlights of Kenya- Family Trip
- Enjoy our beautiful wilderness camp located in a wildlife conservancy
- Wake up to wild animals roaming outside our protected fences
- Volleyball court and other facilities on site
- Beautiful accommodation in stunning rural Kenya
- Participate in grassroots community service projects
- Take in the ‘Big 5’ on a Safari!
- Embark on an overnight bike safari trek
- Learn about the Maasai with a culturally interactive program
- Tour a flower farm that employs hundreds of Kenyans in the community
- Souvenir Shopping at local Kenyan marketplace
Kenya holds a special place in our hearts. As our most visited African destination, lasting friendships and bonds have been formed through many local projects, interactions, safaris, and love. Mingle with our good friends in the country, ranging from the Maasai people and local school children, the Big Five on safari, local NGO’s and major players in African business and development as well.
Kenya is the hub of East African business, development, human/wildlife interaction and many more themes that have become increasingly prevalent in our increasingly interconnected world.
Family trip itineraries are completely customizable for your groups desires and needs.
Day 1 - Travel to Kenya
Board our overnight flight to Kenya, stop(s) en route. Begin our Kenya Family Trip!
Day 2 - Arrive in Nairobi
Transfer to our local accommodation where we will spend our first night.
Day 3 - Arrive at Wilderness Camp
Arrive at our Wilderness Camp, passing through Kikuyu villages, small farms and roads running close to Mount Kenya with its high altitude glaciers. We will stay in a dedicated wilderness camp situated on a conservancy. After a program brief and orientation, we will take a short walk to visit our neighbors.
Days 4 - 6 - Community Service
Walk to a local primary school near our Wilderness Camp. We will be working for a few days with local children developing the school and orphanage infrastructure and learning about growing up in Kenya and experiencing life as as a student there.
Day 7 - Safari Day
Today we will have a full day of wildlife safari in one of Laikipia’s huge wildlife sanctuaries. Hopefully we will see the “big five” and will come face to face with an African elephant and a myriad of other animals!
Days 8 - 9 - Laikipia Bike Trek
Our morning will begin by bicycling into the Laikipia heartland, viewing the wonderful people on the way. It may also be your first opportunity to glimpse moran – a Maasai warrior. We will spend the next 2 days cycling through wilderness areas and fly camping at night.
Day 10 - Maasai Interactions & Flower Market.
Visit a manyatta (Maasai homestead), learn the Maasai way of life by trying out their hunting methods and local bush skills: lighting a fire with sticks and spear throwing. In the afternoon, we will have a cultural visit to a local flower farm that grows roses for export to the EU. The flower farm employs hundreds of Kenyans. Visit the bustling Nanyuki market to end our day.
Day 11 - Safari Day #2
Today is our second full day wildlife safari in one of Laikipia’s huge wildlife sanctuaries. Return to our eco lodge for a final dinner and celebration.
Day 12 - Homeward Bound
Travel to Nairobi. We’ll have dinner at a neat restaurant before being driven to the airport for departure.
Day 13 - Arrive Home
Arrive home after an amazing trip to Kenya together!
AirfareRoundtrip group airfare to Kenya
BusPrivate coach bus as needed for duration of tour
JeepJeep transportation for safaris
Eco LodgeEvolve works with eco-lodges which promote sustainable living practices
DormsCentrally located, student friendly dorm accomodations
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included daily on trip. Meals at locally owned and run restaurants and accommodations serving authentic cuisine.
Kenya’s Great Rift Valley was formed around 20 million years ago, when the crust of the Earth was split.
Places You’ll Visit
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Welcome to Kenya!
Spend days in the shadows of the towering Mt. kenya.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Safari in Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
One of 47 counties of Kenya located on the equator and in the former Rift Valley.