Whether you are interested in teaching, childcare, construction, wildlife volunteer projects, healthcare or medical volunteering in Africa, Go Volunteer Africa has volunteer travel opportunities in Kenya that are suitable for you.
Kenya is a country in East Africa that borders Tanzania, Uganda, S.Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia and the Indian Ocean to the East.
There are over 40 different ethnic groups throughout the country. Despite the differences in culture between people, they can all be easily identified as pure Kenyan. Kenyan culture is unique in the way it has retained many of its traditions as tradition and culture are not necessarily connected to the past, but are rather an amorphous and evolving part of everyday life.
The nomadic Masai people are often given an almost iconic status when promoting Kenya for touristic purposes and when a group of warriors dances on the savannah, dressed in their traditional outfits -one of them wearing a hat made out of a lions mane and blowing a horn from a kudu, it’s quite easy to understand the fascination of these people.
Kenya is a home to wildlife like lions, elephants and rhinos. Kenya is a land where you can experience a truly welcoming culture and natural beauty, offering an abundance of diverse wildlife, jawdropping scenery, and bountiful opportunities.
Whether you’re exploring Kenya’s forests, its island-dotted lakes, or its colorful, vibrant cities, you’re sure to have an unforgettable Kenya volunteer travel experience.