Kenya’s interior comprises desert, mountain, jungle and savannah with white sandy beaches on the coast. Kenya has over 40 different resident tribes such as the Samburu and Maasai that still retain a traditional way of life. Kenya is also home to some of the most abundant and varied wildlife in the world. Possible projects could include working with school children or helping with environmental projects on the foot slopes of Mount Kenya.
Mount Kenya, which lies directly on the equator, is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second highest mountain in Africa. With its magnificent glaciers, tarns and alpine meadows, Mount Kenya is an out of this world wonder.
After completing your trek on Mount Kenya you may wish to board the world famous train to Mombassa where you can spend your final days relaxing on the glorious white beaches.
Alternatively visit: www.project-kenya.org.uk