A taste of volunteering14 days 13nights

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Lecden-Kenya Eco-Volunteers is a leading kenya volunteer abroad organization dealing in international volunteer abroad placements in Kenya. We offer a variety of kenya volunteering programs which include: Community development and health, Teaching, Summercamp Volunteering in kenya, Gap year kenya voluntary work, Environmental sustainability & rehabilitation programs, Eco-tours & Safaris around Kenya, Adventure and Sports, Orphanages and Children homes programs, special need schools.We provide comprehensive fun-filled, thrilling & remorselessly unique experiences to volunteers & travelers through the ability to synergize volunteering with adventure which provides a platform for you to mix volunteering with a bit fun like, game-drives, safaris, camping etc You name it and we make your excursion memorable and wow don’t forget about the clash-tourism program; where we link solo & group volunteers/ travelers with others from different nationalities…. We also boast of having experienced Program Directors thus giving us an extra-edge in the industry.

Our Volunteer Program is an immersion program customized for individual travelers, students, professionals, families, groups, or anyone with the desire to serve in local communities in Kenya. The timetable you travel, your village destination, and the projects you may be involved with are all aimed to improve volunteer skills and interests, cultural and social interactions as a global village and the community’s needs.

The program is collaboration between The Mara Link and local community-based organizations in under-privileged local communities. We are committed to meeting the needs of our partner communities, and to placing volunteers in programs that provide safe, interesting and fun experiences and internships.


Please join us in our Charity Work, Volunteer vacations, the ultimate Ethical Wild Life Safaris, medical elective placements, corporate company breaks, Outreach mission trips, Educational Student &school trips. Together we can make a difference to Orphans and other vulnerable Children/widows/ women/People lives

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http://www.lecdenkenya.com

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A taste of volunteering14 days 13nights

  1. 1. http://www.lecdenkenya.comVolunteer vacation in Kenya, Kenya holidays andsafaris, A taste of volunteering14Days 13NightsExplore the wonders of Kenya while helping those less fortunate than you. This two-weekjourney gives you a wonderful introduction to the famous safari country whilst alsoproviding you with the opportunity to help some of the abandoned children of the area.On this trip, you will spend your mornings working at the nearby Children’s Home, Leocommunity development network(Lecden-kenya)
  2. 2. Leo community developmentnetwork(Lecden-kenya). Lecden-kenya is a children’s home located near Buru buruphase 1 at Slum called Kiambiu slum, Kibera Laini Saba in Kibera and Kogelo village inSiaya, Kenya, currently housing over two hundred and thirty one abandoned boys andgirls, ranging from five to sixteen years old. The children live in dormitories, furnishedwith small wooden beds. They have access to drop toilets, water and basic showers.There is limited clothing, medical supplies and no school transport.This permanent home was built in January 1997 on eleven acres of land donated by agenerous Kenyan Businessmen. Two acres of the land have been used for the facilitieswhich include one dormitory for boys, one dormitory for girls and arts and crafts, onekitchen/store/dining verandah, three showers and four drop toilets. The remaining landis used as a fruit and vegetable farm. Lecden-kenya committee needs help with theirplans to add a vocational training center, including a commercial farm and woodcarving shop, for the home and local community.For more information,please visit,http://www.lecdenkenya.comWhen you’re not helping Lecden-Kenya, you’ll stay in a clean, but basic hotel/Hostel inNairobi city centre. Your meals are of western standard; your rooms will have airconditioning and running hot and cold water, there is also a lovely swimming pool andfriendly staff to help you to enjoy your stay.Your afternoons are spent exploring the wonders of the Kenya Nairobi area, NairobiTours.
  3. 3. Bomas Of Kenya , Carnivore Restaurant , Daphne Sheldrick Baby Elephant Orphanage ,Giraffe Center , Karen Blixen Museum , Lake Nakuru National Park Day Safari ,NairobiCity Tour ,Nairobi National Park Safariday-by-day itinerarydepartures: The itinerary below is an example of what we can offer. However, the tripcan be also be arranged on a tailor-made basis for 2 or more people and altered to suityour requirements. This trip can depart any time to suit you but some set departure datesare availableDay 1: Arrive into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi Kenya. Met andtransferred to your Hotel/Hostel. Overnight at Hotel.Day 2: After breakfast, your driver and the Lecden-Kenya Director will take you to thehome, introduce you to the children and the staff and give you a guided tour. Theongoing projects with which you will help, such as farming, building, cooking, homerepairs, sewing and just spending time with the children, will be explained and choresdesignated to each volunteer. You’ll return to the hotel in time for a late lunch. Theafternoon is at leisure to ensure you are fully recovered from jetlag and can acclimatizeto the heat.Day 3: After breakfast, it’s back to the home for the start of your projects. You’ll workuntil lunchtime at which point you’ll return to the hotel for a quick shower beforeclimbing aboard your tour van for a guided Nairobi excursion in the Nairobi NationalPark with a our tour guide expert who has studied the park for over 20 years. Theevening is at leisure.Day 4: Once again the morning is spent at the home on the various projects. A picniclunch is taken with you today though, as on your way back to Nairobi national park we’llstop off at the Giraffe Center for an afternoon guided tour Dinner and overnight atHotel/Hostel.
  4. 4. Day 5: Back once again to the children for the morning before a return to the hotel at2pm. The afternoon is at leisure at Bomas Of Kenya tribe’s culture and a traditionalAfrican meal.Day 6: Today you have a day off to explore the area at your leisure or to simply relax onthe swimming pool and enjoy the Nairobi ambiance. All meals and overnight atHotel/Hostel.Day 7: At your leisure, relaxing while doing the Nairobi city walk or lazing around thepool. Dine and overnight at the Hotel/Hostel.Day 8: Continue your volunteer work at the home. Lunch is at the hotel where you have afew hours rest before heading to the | Karen Blixen Museum for a nature walk with oneof the local guides. Keep an eye out for the best attractions that are found nowhere elsein the world! Dinner and overnight at hotel/Hostel.Day 9: This morning you jump aboard our tour van as you set out beyond the LakeNakuru to search for the Flamingoes in the area. Your guide will ensure you learn aboutthese playful, intelligent Birds as your van travels gently along. Lunch at the hotel withafternoon game drive. Dinner and over night at Lake Nakuru Lion hill hotel
  5. 5. Day 10:Early morning game drive enroute to Nairobi, arriving late in the afternoon.Later in the afternoon if you are willing ,we go to children Home to finish up thoseprojects.Day 11: It’s the last working day today. The morning will be spent in a frenzy of activityno doubt as the last minute final touches are put to your projects. The afternoon is spentat leisure, shopping, relaxing or Carnivore Restaurant.Day 12: You’ll go the Masai Mara, via Nairobi, this morning and game drive enroute tothe camp. Spend the rest of the day exploring Mara. Dinner and overnight at thecamp/Lodge.Day 13: This whole day is spent in your safari vehicles game driving though the Mara insearch of the animals, birds, plants and insects that make up this fascinating eco-system.All meals and overnight at the camp/Lodge.Day 14: After breakfast, enjoy a game drive enroute to the airstrip where you catch yourflight back to Nairobi and your onward international connection.Cost include;• Accommodation• Guide/Driver• All entry fees
  6. 6. • All breakfasts• All meals with one beverage, as listedon itinerary• Ground transport in 4x4wd to locationson itinerary• Bottled water• Supplies for the project (separate fee)Package Excludes :-• Any extra items of personal nature• Additional snacks, drinks and beverages• Any activities or meals not listed on the itinerary• White-water rafting (optional)• Tips and gratuities• Flights• Visa/Passport• Vaccinations/Jabs• Personal insurance• Meals on arrival/departure dates not known at this time,depending on your flight times. (You pay for your ownlunches these days)• Service charge fees (differ depending on if you use PayPalor make a wire transfer)Individual and discounted group rates also available on request
  7. 7. Cost per person:$ 3,500

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