Volunteer camps

Our volunteer camps are from 2 to 4 weeks programs where a group of volunteers will focus on a specific project, such as building a water pans, building watch towers or a tree nursery and tree planting.

Accommodation is in tents big enough for a bed and chair and table with shared washrooms, near the site where the work will take place. 

Volunteers will be close to rangers camp so they will enough interactions with the rangers overlooking the animals water hole.

Drinking water and three meals a day will be provided.

Volunteers will arrive on a Sunday and the first day will be spent on introductions and basic training for the project. Monday-Friday will be full work days, and evenings will be free for volunteers to relax and socialize.

Saturday and Sunday are free days that volunteers can use either to relax, take a trip to the coast, or participate in some community tourism in nearby villages. The following weeks will be similar to the first with work being done Monday-Friday and a final day of sightseeing in the park on Friday. Volunteers will leave on Saturday.

This program is available to people 18 years of age and older and subject to availability. Volunteers are responsible for their own visas, vaccinations, flights, transportation to Voi, health insurance, extra adventures

 The price is as follows:

2 weeks program-1,200 USD

3 weeks program-1,500 USD

4 weeks program-1,800 USD

What’s Included in your Costs

  • Accommodation
  • Three meals a day
  • Airport pick up
  • Orientation
  • Donation to local projects
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