11 days
(Or add 2-day extension) – Estimated 15 Service Hours

Meaningful. Sustainable. Unforgettable.
Witness the breathtaking terrain of East Africa as you learn about the challenges faced by rural communities. From sandy coastline to snow-capped mountains, you’ll explore Kenya’s scenic beauty on guided nature hikes and safaris. With a spectacular African landscape as your backdrop, you’ll go inside the Maasai Mara community, working side-by-side with locals to address challenges in education, agriculture and more. As you collaborate with community members on service projects, you’ll be immersed in the Maasai culture, learning from local elders and participating in traditional customs.

Your service project themes
We work with the award-winning charity WE Charity to better understand the needs of each community and then focus projects on those issues. Themes include:
  • Education
  • Health
  • Clean Water and Sanitation
  • Alternative Income and Livelihood
  • Agriculture and Food Security

Day 1: Fly overnight to Kenya

Day 2: Arrive in Nairobi
Meet your Field Director at the airport and transfer to your accommodations in a small suburb of Nairobi.

Day 3: WE Charity Community
Travel to the WE Charity community where your service project will take place.
  • Participate in a community orientation, attend a Build Site Safety101 module and learn about WE Charity's holistic and sustainable community development model.
  • Spend the night camping under the stars.

Days 4-7: Service Project—Maasai Mara Region
As communities evolve so do their needs. That’s why we work closely with WE Charity to better understand the challenges in the Maasai Mara Region. Since projects are determined closer to your actual tour date, here’s a glimpse at what a typical day might look like.
  • Working side-by-side with locals, you’ll help address challenges with projects like restoring schools, building libraries, and digging latrines and hand-washing stations.
  • Particpate in daily Swahili lessons and enjoy cultural activities as you’re immersed in the language and heritage of the community
  • Evenings are spent reflecting, discussing events as a group, and drawing connections between the day’s work and relevant global issues.

Day 8: WE Charity Community
Explore Kenya’s animal kingdom on a wild safari. You’ll tour the Maasai Mara Region, a portion of the Serengeti known for its wildebeest and zebra migration, and excellent game-viewing year round.

Day 9: WE Charity Community
Practice ancient survival techniques like animal tracking and identification, learn how to build shelter and celebrate traditional customs during your Maasai Mara Warrior Training. Put your leadership skills to the test as you work with your group to build an action plan for global change.

Day 10: Transfer to Nairobi
Transfer back to Nairobi and board an evening flight for home.

Day 11: Depart for home
Arrive home

ADD 2-DAY EXTENSION

Day 11: Service Project—Maasai Mara Region

Day 12: Transfer to Nairobi
Transfer back to Nairobi and board an evening flight for home.

Day 13: Depart for home
Arrive home

Interested in learning more about this tour?
Your service project themes
We work with the award-winning charity WE Charity to better understand the needs of each community and then focus projects on those issues. Themes include:
  • Education
  • Health
  • Clean Water and Sanitation
  • Alternative Income and Livelihood
  • Agriculture and Food Security

Day 1: Fly overnight to Kenya

Day 2: Arrive in Nairobi
Meet your Field Director at the airport and transfer to your accommodations in a small suburb of Nairobi.

Day 3: WE Charity Community
Travel to the WE Charity community where your service project will take place.
  • Participate in a community orientation, attend a Build Site Safety101 module and learn about WE Charity's holistic and sustainable community development model.
  • Spend the night camping under the stars.

Days 4-7: Service Project—Maasai Mara Region
As communities evolve so do their needs. That’s why we work closely with WE Charity to better understand the challenges in the Maasai Mara Region. Since projects are determined closer to your actual tour date, here’s a glimpse at what a typical day might look like.
  • Working side-by-side with locals, you’ll help address challenges with projects like restoring schools, building libraries, and digging latrines and hand-washing stations.
  • Particpate in daily Swahili lessons and enjoy cultural activities as you’re immersed in the language and heritage of the community
  • Evenings are spent reflecting, discussing events as a group, and drawing connections between the day’s work and relevant global issues.

Day 8: WE Charity Community
Explore Kenya’s animal kingdom on a wild safari. You’ll tour the Maasai Mara Region, a portion of the Serengeti known for its wildebeest and zebra migration, and excellent game-viewing year round.

Day 9: WE Charity Community
Practice ancient survival techniques like animal tracking and identification, learn how to build shelter and celebrate traditional customs during your Maasai Mara Warrior Training. Put your leadership skills to the test as you work with your group to build an action plan for global change.

Day 10: Transfer to Nairobi
Transfer back to Nairobi and board an evening flight for home.

Day 11: Depart for home
Arrive home

ADD 2-DAY EXTENSION

Day 11: Service Project—Maasai Mara Region

Day 12: Transfer to Nairobi
Transfer back to Nairobi and board an evening flight for home.

Day 13: Depart for home
Arrive home

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  • Airfare & transportation

    Your flights—covered. Buses, trains, cruise ships, ferries and subways—covered. We take care of getting you around so you can enjoy the ride.

  • Hotels

    Safe, comfortable hotels with private bathrooms will be waiting for you at your destination.

  • Meals

    Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner plus filtered water, tea and snacks.

  • Full-time Field Director

    Your culturally connected Field Director stays with you 24/7 to handle all on-tour logistics and provide knowledgeable insights everywhere you go.

  • Expert Local Guides

    Your expert local guides add cultural insight and global perspective on your sightseeing tours.

  • Service Hours

    Students can earn service hours that count towards graduation requirements.

  • Volunteer and Leadership Activities

    Participate in volunteer, leadership, action planning and social issue activities.

  • weShare—Personalized Learning

    Our personalized learning experience engages students before, during and after tour, with the option to create a final, reflective project.

  • Continuous Support

    Your dedicated EF team helps you every step of the way—from recruiting and enrolling travellers to planning and managing your tour.

  • 24-hour Emergency Service

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  • Peace of Mind Program

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