Educational Tour One

Tour Details

Kenya is an unsurpassed educational and cultural destination. Starting with the elementary level all through to the university level there is something for all students to learn in a well-organized field study. Whether it is geography, environmental studies, geology, conservation, health and social care or art, Kenya is the ideal location for a field trip.

Learn the following while in Kenya;

  • Formations of Lakes in the Great Rift Valley
  • Volcanic Activities
  • Hiking Skills
  • Evolution of Humankind
  • Plants and Animals
  • Conservation and Environmental Issues
  • Flower Farming
  • Dairy Farming and Value addition
  • Cash Crops Farming – Tea and Coffee
  • Organic Farming
  • Production of Clean Energy
  • Impact of Technology in Developing Countries
  • Self-help groups and SMEs


During the students stay in Kenya we ensure they stay in well selected accommodation, great food and security is also guaranteed. Our Guides and teachers will handle the students with care and with knowledge sensitivity to the students.


Day 1Nairobi

Pick up at the airport and transfer to the Hotel of residence. Choice of the hotel will be advised depending with the availability. Students will be briefed on the entire safari. On this day no activities so that the students can recover from the jet lag with an option of swimming.

Day 2Nakuru

After Breakfast drive to Nakuru 170Kms from Nairobi, Kenya’s Capital with a stopover at the Rift valley view point. This will give you a chance to experience the great landscape views which have many escarpments as a result of Volcanic activities. Arrive in Nakuru in good time for lunch, after lunch the students can relax or swimming before time for an evening game drive in Lake Nakuru National Park. Lake Nakuru is an alkaline Lake in Rift valley renowned for its spectacular flamingo population. It is also flanked by rocky escarpments, pockets of acacia forest and at least one waterfall, the park is gorgeous year-round and is home to both black and white rhinos, lions, leopards, hippos and endangered Rothschild’s giraffes. Students learn about the Rift Valley lakes, birds, the Rhino Sanctuary and conservation measures especially of the endangered rhinos. Overnight at one of Hotels near Lake Nakuru with security and students’ friendly.

Day 3Lake Baringo

After a Morning early game drive get back to hotel for breakfast then depart for to Lake which is 82Km from Nakuru Arriving in Time for Lunch. After Lunch drive to Lake Baringo for with the spectacular scenery of stunning bird life, hippos and crocodiles. Lake Baringo is a saline lake that lies in a volcanic region of Kenya’s Rift Valley, a little north of the equator. Lake Baringo is the seasonal home to one of the world’s largest populations of lesser flamingos, turning the lake pink. The lake is also famous for its natural geysers and hot springs, which are situated along the bank of the lake and within the lake. Some of the geysers erupt to a height of 5 metres, and the water bursting through the lake can be searing hot.
Dinner and Overnight at Lake Bogoria Lodge or Soi Safari Lodge

Day 4Bogoria-Naivasha

After Breakfast Watch a Movie “GATES OF HELL” in relation to Lake Bogoria Ecosystem and biodiversity within the park. Lake Bogoria is a saline, alkaline lake that lies in a volcanic region in a half-graben basin south of Lake Baringo, Kenya, a little north of the equator. After the tour swim and the natural hot spa, have lunch and depart for Naivasha.
Overnight in a Naivasha Hotel.

Day 5Hells Gate, Olkaria Geothermal Power Station and Lake Naivasha

Hell’s Gate National Park is a remarkable quarter of the Great Rift Valley. Spectacular scenery including the towering cliffs, water-gouged gorges, stark rock towers, scrub clad volcanoes and belching plumes of geothermal steam make it one of the most atmospheric Parks in Africa. In addition to the bio-diversity that includes raptors, the students can enjoy mountain biking, rock climbing and swimming at the hot natural spa. Hells gate is a home to African buffalo, zebra, eland, hartebeest, Thomson’s gazelle and baboons are common. The park is also home to klipspringer antelope and Chandler’s mountain reedbuck
At the Geothermal Power station, the students learn on clean and renewable energy. Currently it has a capacity of 83 megawatts. Completion of this unit is expected in 2021, bringing total capacity at this geothermal station to 273.7 megawatts (367,000 hp)
Lunch will be at the Geothermal Olkaria Hot Spa. After lunch there is enough time to relax swim at the natural hot spa. On this day end the evening with a boat ride in Lake Naivasha with a sundower at Sunset. Overnight in Naivasha

Day 6Mt Longonot Hike plus Flower farm visit

After an early breakfast leave for 4 hours Mt Longonot hike through the Great Rift Valley with learning in hiking skills, volcanically activities of the amazing active mountain. At the top it rewards with Great Sceneries of Lake Naivasha and Lake Elementaita. After the Hike back to the Hotel for freshening up and Lunch.After lunch visit one of the flower farms in Naivasha. Kenya is the number one exporter of flowers in Africa and third globally. Students learn on horticulture and ways they can invest in future in this particular business.
Dinner and Overnight in Naivasha

Day 7National Museum – Snake Park – Bomas of Kenya

After an early Breakfast head back to Nairobi.
On this day we visit National Museum snake park and botanical garden. The museum presents Kenya’s History, Nature, Culture and Contemporary Art in its entire splendour. Also within the grounds are the famous Snake Park, Botanical Gardens and Nature Trail.
Have Lunch and head to the Bomas of Kenya.
Bomas of Kenya is a cultural tour of Kenya’s major ethnic groups, such as Mijikenda, Luo, Taita, Embu, Maasai, Kikuyu, Kamba, Kalenjin, Luhya, Kisii, Kuria to name just a few of the native peoples that are represented at the venue. The word “boma” means “homestead”, and here you find replicates of traditional villages that provide interesting insight about each tribe’s societal structure, crafts, music, dancing and much more.
Dinner and Overnight in Nairobi Hotel

Day 8Nairobi David Sheldricks orhpahage + Giraffes centre +Butterfly centre

After Breakfast visit the David Sheldrick orphanage opened from 1000Hrs to 1200Hrs. David Sheldrick was at the centre of the 1970’s Ivory poaching wars in Tsavo National Park. Today, the Sheldrick orphanage is a focal point for Elephant Conservation. Elephant calves orphanned by poaching are brought here from all over the country. Get a chance to feed milk to Baby Elephants
Lunch at Karen restaurant with final class update in a quiet environment. After lunch depart for giraffe centre to feed giraffes and environmental talk about conservation. This center, which protects the highly endangered Rothschild’s giraffe, combines serious conservation with enjoyable activities. You can observe, hand-feed or even kiss one of the giraffes from a raised wooden structure, which is quite an experience. You may also spot warthogs snuffling about in the mud, and there’s an interesting self-guided forest walk through the adjacent Gogo River Bird Sanctuary.
On the last night have dinner and Entertainment at the Nairobi Carnivore Experience and Kenya Signature Nyama Choma (Roasted Meat)
Spend the night in Nairobi Hotel

Day 9KICC and Safaricom Centre

After breakfast Leave for KICC. The Kenyatta International Conference Centre rooftop offers the most epic view of the entire city of Nairobi. After the great view head to the Safaricom Centre.
Safaricom is a Kenyan mobile network operator headquartered at Safaricom House in Nairobi, Kenya. It is the largest telecommunications provider in Kenya, and one of the most profitable companies in the East and Central African region. This is a company that has transformed the lives of Kenyans especially with the Mobile Money Transfer Mpesa. As at 2019 the Mpesa transcations per day amounted to $108 million. Here the students will learn the role of technology in Kenya in bettering the life of its citizens.
After an early lunch and final session of notes comparing with students and teachers about the tour then depart for airport for outbound flight with more memories and educational material to take back home.