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Astounding wildlife, spectacular landscapes & amazing locals

Kenya has and always will be on everyone’s travel list when travelling to Africa. The birthplace of the traditional African safari, you can head out on the back of a jeep to explore the vast savannas peppered with immense herds of wildlife and enjoy exhilarating animal encounters all year round. On top of this,  the traditional people of Kenya bring soul and colour to the country and the vast landscapes including the snow-capped equatorial mountains, the bustling cities and the beautiful beaches provide a magical travel experience for everyone.

Our community programmes are based in the heart of capital, Nairobi. Everyone will welcome you with open arms and provide you with a true and unique insight into the Kenyan way of life.

The monkey sanctuary is located in the tropical paradise of Diana. Awarded the best beach destination in Africa for the past 5 years, this backpackers town has everything you could want. Whereas the sea turtle programme is based further up the coastline in the town of Watamu, offering a more relaxed and upmarket lifestyle.

Our programmes start on the 1st and 3rd Saturday / Monday of every month throughout the year and you can choose to join us from 1-12 weeks.

Our structured and safe programmes makes volunteering in Kenya ideal for first time and / or solo travellers. Volunteering is the perfect way to meet like-minded people and allows you to explore Kenya as a group.

  • Accommodation, meals and airport pickup
  • 24/7 in-country & UK support
  • Pre-departure buddy lists and a dedicated Kenya Facebook group to talk with other volunteers
  • Assistance with all aspects of your trip and comprehensive pre-departure information

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From £160

Kenya Medical Experience

Embark on an eye-opening experience and expand your medical knowledge whilst on placement in hospitals and clinics located in the poorer suburbs of Nairobi, Kenya. This unique experience will open your eyes to the world of medicine in a developing country and will provide you with vital international work experience that will set you apart from others.

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From £340

Kenya Monkey Sanctuary

Help rescue vulnerable primates and assist with critical conservation work on the tropical Kenyan coast. There are approximately 1,400 monkeys living within the beach town of Diani, including 6 different primate species. This is your chance to make a real difference in the conservation of primates, whilst also having the time of your life enjoying the beautiful beaches of Kenya.

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From £120

Kenya Childcare Volunteers

Experience the vibrant and bustling city of Nairobi whilst you embark on a hugely rewarding experience, caring for disadvantaged children in the slums of Eastlands Nairobi. Working alongside the local staff and other volunteers, you will assist with providing a basic education, playing games and encouraging the development of children aged 2 to and 5 years old.

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From £900

Kenya Sea Turtle Conservation

If you’re passionate about protecting sea turtles and the oceans they live in, this is the programme for you! Volunteering in the picturesque Watamu National Marine park, this is your chance to get a hands-on and varied experience helping in the conservation of sea turtles and other marine life. You will spend your time visiting the beautiful beaches, walking through mangroves at the creek and volunteering at the information and rehabilitation centre.

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From £120

Kenya Teaching Volunteers

This is your chance to inspire the next generation and offer them the support they need as you teach underprivileged children living in the suburbs of Nairobi, Kenya. You will have the opportunity to share your enthusiasm and skills, whether you have a passion for sports, art, singing or dancing, you will get the chance to create fun and engaging lessons and share your passions with the children.

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From £1,000

Africa Experience

Are you looking for a life changing experience that will see you travelling across the whole of Africa in one fully inclusive and structured trip? Well look no further! This 6, 9 or 12 week adventure will take you to 3 of the continents most visited destinations; Ghana, Tanzania and Kenya. Africa is home to some of the world’s most iconic animals and this highly diverse continent boasts so much natural beauty and culture.

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TMR Weekend Trips

We operate a number of amazing weekend trips every month that allow you to explore the country as a group with your new-found friends. The structured itinerary along with our local team accompanying you, ensures you travel in a safe manner and allows you to see as much as possible during your free time.

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Nairobi is Kenya’s beating heart and East Africa’s most cosmopolitan city. The capital is rich in culture and history and the exciting and frenetic city will leave you in awe. Known as the “Safari capital of the World”, there are plenty of wildlife viewing opportunities including the Maasai Mara close by. From the ritzy suburbs to the busy Central Business District to Africa’s largest slum area, Nairobi is a multi-faceted city worth exploring.

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Many people do not realise that Kenya boasts over 300 miles of beautiful coastline along the Indian ocean. Sitting along the equator in-line with the Seychelles and Maldives, Kenya has some of the worlds best beaches. Whether you’re looking for relaxation on the golden sand that stretches as far as the eye can see, or a more action packed adventure with kite surfing and scuba diving, there is something for everyone.

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Points Of Interest

Keyna is a vast country that boasts many different landscapes and environments. From the remote wilderness of the savannas, national parks packed with world class wildlife viewing, cascading waterfalls and of course mile upon mile of picturesque coastline. There are no shortage of attractions to explore and mesmerising towns and sights to stop by - there really is something for everyone.

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