Our Kenya Mission Trips are for individual travelers, couples, families, students, researchers, and groups (churches, colleges, and student associations).
Formal academic qualifications are not needed for most of the programs. All you need is a heart, and a passion for something. We work directly with the projects where we send you and where your contribution will make a real and meaningful difference.
Kenya Mission Trips Projects
Our mission trips are varied and include,
- Helping at orphanages, (duties include providing food and education desperately needed by the children. You will also have the opportunity to share love with them, and provide hope in an otherwise difficult life.)
- Teaching English, Math and other subjects
- Medical mission trips
- Help construct a church, school building, and other painting/renovation projects. (These depend on weather, access to tools, and availability of supplies/construction funding.)
- HIV/Aids outreach missions
- Village trips to teach, help at a clinic etc.
Kenya Mission Trips: What can I do during weekends?
It is up to you if you want to go away on Saturdays and Sundays or stay at the accommodation.
There are a number of sites of natural beauty in any particular area. You can visit the national parks and other places of interest. You can also engage in nature walks in the neighboring environments.
Some of the places of interest in Nairobi include, Ostrich farm; Giraffe centre and Nairobi safari walk which are all situated in the outskirts of Nairobi capital city.
We also organize safaris at an extra cost.
Kenya Mission Trips: What if I want to bring something or fund-raise?
The local community might be happy if you bring along things like stationery (such as pens and notebooks), as well as sports equipment (like balls, bats, etc).
Inexpensive craft materials, marker pens and coloring pencils are useful for your time for teaching projects and can be donated to the community afterwards.
Reading and picture books aimed at children and young people could be useful. There is no need to bring new books. It may be possible to get hold of free books from your old school or library if you contact them directly and tell them what you are going to do or you can easily pick up good cheap books from charity shops.
You can also fundraise and make a donation upon arrival.
Kenya Mission Trips: Mission Costs in Kenya
Cost in USD
First 2 weeks or less USD850
Each Extra Week USD200
Maximum Duration 6 Months
- Pre-trip guide as well as support and guidance
- Airport Pickup on Arrival
- In-country orientation visiting Giraffe Center & Elephant Orphanage
- Introduction to host family and program
- Placement and supervision
- Two meals & accommodation
- 24/7 Local support
Your flight to and from the country, visa fees, vaccinations, travel insurance.
You will also need a weekly budget to cover your expenses like bottled water, personal costs, public transport, beverages and entertainment.
Apply Now Send us your dates when you would like to Start and Finish and Specify the project you would like to participate through the booking form on your right