8 weeks Bush & Beach conservation in Kenya

Location: Kenya: Nairobi, Nanyuki, Rural Areas

Program Duration: 5-8 Weeks

Dates: 2020,2021

Culsans Gap Travel

66 Overstrand Mansions London, United Kingdom


Make a real difference with this four-week gap year in a remote area in Kenya. This program is a mix of conservation education and volunteering designed to immerse you in the local community.

There are many ingredients to a successful and fulfilling gap year project but, perhaps, the most important is having the confidence that you're making a real, positive difference to the place and people you are visiting.

This is a fantastic itinerary that takes you to remote communities in Kenya, far from the beaten tourist trail. You’ll stay on conservancies inhabited by the Big 5 - lions, rhinos, buffalos, leopards and elephants, learning conservation techniques based around the principles of permaculture, and assisting with ongoing projects in the local Maasai communities.

Travel Types
  • Hiking
  • Trekking
  • Vacation Packages
  • Tours
  • Student Tours
  • Safari
  • Photography
  • Mountaineering
  • Homestay
  • Off Road Driving
  • Nature Tours
  • Heritage Tourism
  • Geology
  • Ecology
  • Eco Tours
  • Backpacking
  • Climbing
  • Camping
Cost in US$:

Contact Provider for Cost Details

Cost Includes:

Cost Include Description:

Culsans in an all-inclusive experience once your feet are on Kenyan soil. We include:
- AMREF flying doctor insurance
- 3 meals a day
- Bottled water
- Full board accommodation
- 24-hour security and on-site management
- Conservancy fees
- Course fees
- Vehicle and transport hire
- Professional teaching
- Certification costs
- Airport transfers
- In-country travel advice
- Sundowners, weekend parties, and excursions

We exclude:
- Flights
- Spending money
- Any accommodation before reaching Kenya
- Vaccinations
- Comprehensive medical insurance
- DBS check and entry visa (50 USD)

Credit Available


Volunteer Types
  • Biological Research
  • Women
  • Wildlife
  • Volunteer Management
  • Tourism
  • Teaching
  • Social Work
  • Small Business Development
  • Recreation
  • Pastoral Work
  • Parks
  • Organic Farming
  • Nutrition
  • Microfinance
  • Geology
  • Environment
  • Education
  • Economic Development
  • Eco-Tourism
  • Culture
  • Conservation
  • Childcare & Children
  • Business
  • Animal Welfare
  • Anthropology
  • Agriculture
This Program is open to

Worldwide Participant.

Typical Living Arrangements
  • Dormitory
  • Other
  • Home-stays
  • Group living

Application Process Involves
  • Phone/Video Interview