Volunteer travel vacations in Kenya
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6 Volunteer travel vacations in Kenya found

Kenya community volunteering

Kenya community volunteering

14-day Kenya volunteering
From 14 days
Small group travel: 2017: 6 Jan, 7 Jun, 7 Sep
Kenya volunteering experience, 1 month

Kenya volunteering experience, 1 month

Volunteering in the stunning Tsavo region of Kenya
From 1,595 4 weeks
Small group travel: 2017: 6 Jan, 2 Jun, 7 Sep
Sports coaching in Kenya

Sports coaching in Kenya

Develop your sports coaching and leadership skills
From 4 weeks
Small group travel: 2017: 10 Aug
Kenya and Tanzania community volunteering project, 8 weeks

Kenya and Tanzania community volunteering project, 8 weeks

Live and work alongside locals in Kenya and Tanzania
From £2,295 8 weeks ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 6 Jan, 2 Jun, 7 Sep
Community volunteering experience in Kenya & Tanzania

Community volunteering experience in Kenya & Tanzania

Immerse yourself in rural life in Kenya and Tanzania
From £2,995 12 weeks ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 6 Jan, 2 Jun, 7 Sep
Health care volunteering in Kenya

Health care volunteering in Kenya

Medical Volunteering in East Africa
From £695 14 days ex flights
Small group travel
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    I am reborn! Simply the best vacation I have ever been on
    Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
    Very enjoyable
    It was OK
    A bit disappointing really
    Health care volunteering in Kenya
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    £695
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? It is too early to say whether this vacation was life changing but for me, it was a homecoming as I used to live in Kenya and felt a mixture of feelings - sad at the corruption that exists in daily life at police checks, etc. but most of all humbled at the generosity, dignity and hospitality that I found in and from the locals around the project where I worked. These are people who have very little materially and work very hard to make ends meet and yet there is a joy and... (more)Jane Edington
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