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Every few weeks on the programs there is an epic expedition to a different conservation area. These are exciting and fun trips, learning about wildlife in different environments and the challenges faced by running conservancies as well as getting involved with different projects. 
Here are some examples of current expeditions, these may slightly change from group to group.


Kenya Expeditions

  • The Rift Valley Lakes of Bogoria and Baringo. Learning about different tribes, their cultures, and very traditional way of life in the remotest of locations which would otherwise be inaccessible to young people traveling in Kenya, these journeys have a profound impact on everyone who visits these remote areas. Seeing pink clouds of flamingos in their natural habitat will be a memory you will never forget.

  • Visiting a stunning lodge in Samburu land, overlooking elephants and giraffes. Walking trips with Samburu guides to their local village where you will learn about livestock management, surviving in arid areas and traditional Samburu culture.

  • Finally, climbing Mount Kenya with a team of professional mountain guides, cooks, and porters to point Lenana is a great achievement and serious challenge in extreme conditions. 

  • 1-day Riding Safari on a conservancy amongst rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra and buffalo 

  • Those keen on farming can visit local commercial farms, combining flowers, wheat and canola, fruit and vegetables, beef and dairy cattle.


 Zimbabwe Expeditions

  • West Nicholson - hiking in this incredible landscape to see ancient Rock Art. Some of the best cave paintings in Africa depicting wild animals and early hunters.

  • Victoria Falls – One of the Seven Wonders of the World. Visit the Falls, go white water rafting, go on the gorge swing across the Zambezi River, canoe on the Zambezi and have sundowners on the Zambezi overlooking hippos and incredible sunsets.

  • Nyanga in the Eastern Highlands. Following forest trails, led by professionals on a huge zip line, swimming in cold streams and hiking in this stunning part of Zimbabwe. 



  • Interview practice

  • Navigation 

  • Welding lessons (often making things for the primary schools we support such as netball hoops)

  • Personal security when traveling the world from a security expert

  • Cooking Course – Simple but delicious recipes useful for young people on a budget

  • Charitable projects in our area



Book with Us - Visiting Family

If anyone wants to visit you, Annabelle is a tour operator and can arrange a safari for them around Kenya or Zimbabwe. Friends and family get discounted rates at the places you are staying so this is a great time for them to visit Africa and see what you have been up to. Every year she designs itineraries for families, groups of photographers and adventurous explorers to the most unspoiled wilderness destinations. Whether you are a luxury lodge person or prefer simple bush camps and walking safaris, riding, fishing, or a combination of the best secret spots in these countries, Annabelle has lived  and worked in the safari business in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Kenya for the last 25 years and delighted to help. 

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