Masai Mara, Kenya, Africa
Project Coordinator -
& Delray Luce
Project Goals: Building a school, holding medical, dental and eye-care clinics, distributing shoes and clothing, distributing school supplies and providing programs for the children.
Group Size:: 30 individuals
Age Group: 16 and up
Duration: Two weeks
Next Trip: July 2012
Status: Open to applications
Cost: (US$ funds to raise or pay per person):
(Includes volunteer's food, lodging, airfare, visa, and a portion of the building materials, and medical supplies needed!)
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Step 1: Download the Volunteer Application here,
fill out, and send us with your deposit.
Step 2: Download the Trip Preparation Guide
and start fund-raising.
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The Masai Mara is in south east
Kenya just below the equator at 6200ft above sea level. Kenya can be divided into
four regions: the coastal belt with hot, humid weather all year; the
Rift Valley and central highlands, the most scenic areas with lakes,
mountains, and an agreeable climate; western Kenya with its northern
tea plantations fading away to semi-desert in the south; and Masai
Mara National Reserve on the Tanzanian boarder in the northeast,
consisting of vast semi-arid bush land with sparse rainfall and
Daytime temperatures range from 70-80º, and night temperatures fall to 50-65º F.