The purpose of this trip is to take students and Non-Governmental Organization Staffs back to the cradle of humanity study, research, survey, and education tours in Kenya. By being involved in this particular trip, students and the NGO staffs will not only view the people and lifestyles of one of the most vibrant countries in East Africa, they will have the chance to view one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world.
The fortunate students who get to go on this trip will get to see sights that others will never see because of the demand for trophies or living space – and who, perhaps, can blame some people for poaching to earn a living that is leading to the extinction of species. This trip blends people and nature.
Kenya has a number of accredited universities and colleges, research institutions and numerous private funded Non-Governmental Organizations that work with local and foreign institutions. We will provide the names of the institutions for clients that want to venture into this kind of work.
We offer an educational tour to Kenya that will create you an experience of a lifetime.
Educational or Study Programs are safaris or tours designed for students, researchers and professionals on fields of ther interest.
Our student and school packages offer valuable learning experiences and lots of fun through various learning activities. In Kenya, education tourism or educational safaris refers to any tour program in which participants travel to a location as a group with the primary purpose of engaging in a learning experience directly related to the location. It is comprised of several sublearning types including ecotourism, heritage tourism, cultural tourism, agrotourism, and student/study exchanges between educational institutions. The main objective of this ecosafari is to expose students to the beauty of Africa – the adventure, the cultures, the diverse ecosystems and to give them an opportunity to be happy with only a few of the comforts of the normal western living.
The other purpose of the educational trip is to expose foreign students and the NGO staffs to new ecological setups, cultures and ecosystems as well as take students back to the cradle of humanity. By being involved in this particular trip, the students and the NGO staffs will not only view the people and lifestyles of one of the most vibrant countries in Africa, they will also have the chance to view some of the most endangered ecosystems in the world and learn about measures taken by the authorities to contain this trend. This trip is a true blend of people and nature.