Missionary Safari Tours Kenya | Mission Volunteer Trips
Group or individuals of highly motivated Christians committed to working with poor people to overcome poverty Achieving goals by partnering with and serving the Body of Christ in its missions to follow our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, working with the poor and oppressed promoting spiritual transformation, seeking equality and bearing witness to the Good News.
All this with an appreciation of God’s Gift on Natural environment wildlife and culture in Kenya East Africa.
Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta Airport in Nairobi, we will be met and transferred to our Nairobi hotel. In the afternoon, visit Shelter children’s Home. Dinner and overnight with this children Nairobi. (D)
Day 2 Nairobi/Kajiado/Machakos.
After breakfast, leave for Kajiado to visit the Africa Inland Church (AIC) station of Kajiado Center for handicapped Masai children. Continue to Machakos to visit Scott Theological College and fellowship with students and staff. We return to our hotel in Nairobi for the night. (B,L,D)
Day 3 Nairobi – Sweet waters.
After an early morning worship service in Nairobi, drive north to Sweet waters Tented Camp, which is situated in the secluded heart of the O l pejeta Rhino Reserve. The camp, a haven for nature lovers, overlooks one of the busiest waterholes in the reserve, which offers us an unforgettable opportunity to watch and photograph elephant, giraffe, buffalo and other plains game. This afternoon we do a game drive in the park and then enjoy dinner and overnight at the luxurious tented camp in Sweet waters. (B,L,D)
Day 4 Sweet waters
Enjoy an early morning game run as well as one in the afternoon. Between the game runs there is time to rest, swim, or just relax, watching the various animals come to the waterhole in front of the tents. (B,L,D)
Day 5 Sweet waters – Nakuru
After breakfast at the camp, depart for Nakuru, arriving in time for lunch. Following lunch visit with missionaries involved in pioneer missions, and then mid-afternoon enjoy a game drive of Lake Nakuru National Park, famous for its large concentration of birds, especially flamingos. Dinner and overnight at the Lake Nakuru lodge. (B,L,D)
Day 6 Nakuru – Kijabe
Following breakfast at the lodge, depart for Kijabe, perhaps the world’s largest mission station. This afternoon visit the Rift Valley Academy, a school for over 500 children of missionaries. They represent some 80 different mission organizations in Africa. Tonight will be spent with missionary hosts for dinner and overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 7 Kijabe
There will be time today to spend with Kijabe missionaries and visit Moffat College of Bible, Kijabe Medical Center and Bethany Crippled Children’s Center. Meals and overnight will again be with missionary hosts. (B,L,D)
Day 8 Kijabe – Masai Mara
Following breakfast, continue traveling through the Great Rift Valley to the Masai Mara National Wildlife Reserve, stopping at Siyapei Mission Station en route. The Mara is the last place in Kenya where great concentrations of game that existed in the last century can still be seen. It is a land of breathtaking vistas, a panorama of rolling grassland hills and groves of acacia woodland. Permanent residents of the Mara include black rhino, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, and of course, the big cats: lion, cheetah and leopard. In addition, huge herds of zebra and wildebeest lead an endlessly nomadic life, crisscrossing from the Serengeti Plains of Tanzania to the Masai Mara of Kenya. Dinner and overnight at a lodge in the Masai Mara. (B,L,D)
Day 9 Masai Mara
Today is yours to relax in the wildlife lodge. You may choose to go on both the early morning pre-breakfast wildlife drive and another one later in the day. Meals and accommodations at the lodge. (B,L,D)
Day 10 Masai Mara – Kijabe – Nairobi
Return to Kijabe in time for morning worship service. After lunch at Rift Valley Academy, return to the hotel in Nairobi for dinner and overnight. (B,L,D)
Day 11 Nairobi
Today is free for shopping and visiting interesting sites in Nairobi. This evening enjoy dinner at The Carnivore, a barbecue-style restaurant near Nairobi where commercially grown game meats are barbecued and served directly to the table. Overnight in Nairobi. (B,D)
Day 12 Nairobi
After breakfast, visit Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology in nearby Karen and enjoy chapel with students from English-speaking countries of Africa. Visit the Kazuri Bead Factory and have lunch on your own in Karen. Stop at Giraffe Manor, where orphaned giraffes are cared-for. The remainder of the afternoon is free for final packing and sightseeing. Dinner at Tamarind Restaurant for Sea Food then transfer to airport for outbound flight (B,D).