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  1. The Camps Effect
  2. Volunteering in Kenya on your Gap Year
  3. Volunteering in Kenya at Camp Kenya
  4. Volunteering in Kenya at Camp Kenya
  5. Volunteering in Kenya at Camp Kenya
  6. Volunteering in Kenya at Camp Kenya
  7. Volunteering in Kenya at Camp Kenya
  8. Volunteering in Kenya at Camp Kenya
  9. Community Volunteering in Kenya
  10. Wildlife Volunteering in Kenya

Volunteering in Kenya - Camp Kenya

Volunteer in Kenya: Camp Kenya

  • Volunteer on essential projects to improve living standards for rural communities.Volunteer on essential projects to improve living standards for rural communities.

  • Adventure options in include climbing Kilimanjaro and scuba diving in the Indian Ocean.Adventure options include climbing Kilimanjaro and a safari in the Serengeti.

  • Gap year programs in Kenya.Gap year programs in Kenya ranging from 2 weeks to 3 months, starting at just £880.

Kenya is a really popular choice for a gap year experience because it has so much to offer; world-class beaches, abundant wildlife, jaw-dropping scenery, and some of the warmest and friendliest people you are ever likely to meet.  

From vast open savannahs and deserts to beautiful coral reefs; equatorial rainforests to mighty snow-capped mountains, the sheer diversity and beauty of Kenya offers you limitless opportunities to explore and get a true taste of Africa, away from the well trodden backpacker route.

"Thank you for the opportunity to go out to Africa. It has always been my dream to volunteer in places like Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda. Camps has really helped me open my eyes to a new life and I am glad to say I shall be going back in years to come."

Highlights

  • Building and renovating houses for the elderly
  • Coastal and environmental conservation
  • Digging boreholes for elephants and erecting elephant deterrent fences
  • Helping Africa families with crop production and animal husbandry
  • Interactive sports sessions with schools and the local community
  • Making desks and refurbishing schools
  • Support African teachers to educate pupils in rural schools
  • Wildlife, conservation and environmental projects, tree planting, mangrove restoration and seaweed harvesting

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What Will I Do?

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  • Tsavo Wildlife and Community

    Work on a wide range of exciting wildlife and community activities. Based in a private wildlife sanctuary, help to protect endangered animals and support local people.
  • Muhaka

    Help raise the education and healthcare standard in this rural village by improving the primary school, developing a training centre and expanding a medical dispensary.
  • Makongeni

    Help improve the quality of life for a rural Kenyan community. Work on school improvements, building homes for the elderly, sanitation projects and reforestation.
  • Marine Conservation

    Help protect this fragile ocean and coastline by working closely with local children on recycling, art and education activities designed to promote marine conservation.
  • Sports Development in Kenya

    Gain valuable skills and inspire young people by coaching sports in a rural African community. Improve sports facilities and work as a team on this rewarding expedition.
  • Healthcare Volunteering

    This rewarding expedition is open to all healthcare professionals and students. Use your skills and expertise in a challenging environment to help families in need.  

Where Will I Stay?

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  • Camp Muhaka

    Camp Muhaka is located on the foothills of Shimba Hills National Reserve within a lush, fertile environment shading you from the bright, hot sun.

  • Camp Tsavo

    Camp Tsavo is legendary in Camps’ folklore internationally, one of our flagship camps and a place of which we are immensely proud.

  • Camp Kaya

    'Kayas' are sacred forests, and the magic of Camp Kaya lies in the overhanging forest canopies that are home to a huge array of endangered primates.

  • Camp Makongeni

    Makongeni is in a small rural community situated on the south coast of Kenya and was the first community that we partnered with back in 2003.

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