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Mission Tours

Traveling for a good cause has benefits for you too – you’ll get to know the country you visit and the community first-hand, experience some things you wouldn’t if you traveled first-class and all-inclusive, change your perspective on things, and grow as a person. Did I mention adrenaline-packed adventures?

You can choose from a wide variety of activities: trekking, cycling, teaching, diving, building schools, and houses, helping at orphanages, you name it. It all depends on what your preferences are, but it’s worth mentioning that since travelling for a good cause has become extremely popular, there are countless companies which offer different volunteering trips.

Day 1: Arrival Nairobi

Upon your arrival in the vibrant city of Nairobi, your family will be greeted and transferred to your hotel. A pre departure meeting will prepare you for your safari and introduce you to your guide. Overnight to relax from the long flight trip and jet lag.

Accommodation in a Christian Faith Based Hotel | Meals Plan: BB.


Day 2: Beating the jet lag.

 City tour at leisure to explore the sights and sounds of Kenya’s capital city. Gateway to East Africa, Nairobi is an energetic hub of activity. From street cafés, colorful markets, and historic buildings.

Proceed to Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephants and Rhino Sanctuary. Kenya-born Dame Daphne worked alongside her late husband, David, the founding warden of Tsavo National Park, raising orphaned elephants and other species and rehabilitating them back into the wild. Admire the young elephants’ playful nature in an up-close encounter.

 Langata Giraffe Sanctuary. Managed by the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, the park is a sanctuary for the rare Rothschild giraffe, there are lots of great options for your enjoyment.

Accommodation in a Christian Faith Based Hotel | Meals Plan: BB.


Day 3: Karura Forest Hiking and Kiambethu Tea Farm Tour.


Visit a natural oasis within Nairobi city limits on a morning trip to Karura Forest, where you'll have independent time to walk, relax, or ride a bike. Choose between trails that range from 3.1 miles (5 km.) to 9.3 miles (10 km.), exploring waterfalls, caves, streams, and stands of upland trees.

Kiambethu Tea Farm Tour.

Arrive at 11am and over a cup of tea or coffee the history of the farm and process of making tea is informally explained, followed by an opportunity to see tea in the field. 

Then take a walk in the indigenous forest with our resident Kenyan guide who will identify the plants and explain how they are traditionally used. Look out for the Colobus monkeys close up and wander in the gardens which are home to a wide variety of birds and flowers.

Return to the house to enjoy a pre-lunch drink on the verandah with sweeping views across the tea fields. Enjoy your three-course buffet lunch from our set menu prepared with vegetables from the garden and desserts are topped with cream from our herd of Channel Island cows.

Accommodation in a Christian Faith Based Hotel | Meals Plan: BB.


Day 4: Nairobi/Ol Pejeta Ranch, Kenya

Early morning will start the journey to the Kenya’s Mountain region with a beautiful scenic drive to Serena Sweetwater’s Tented Camp is a sheltered oasis clustered around a water hole in the pristine calm of the private Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Camp is a charming blend of close-to-nature ambiance and premium safari comfort. The tents have en suite facilities and private balconies or verandas. Amenities include the Kashoggi Bar and Lounge with its blazing log fire, and the Waterhole Bar, built in the style of a game-viewing blind—a great spot for wildlife watching. Guests love the activities, and can join in everything from family breakfasts by the riverside to local school visits and nightly wildlife talks. |


Day 5: Mount Kenya Highlands

After breakfast, revel in safari game drive, stopping to visit the rhino sanctuary and chimpanzee sanctuary—both instrumental in saving these animals. The chimpanzee sanctuary provides lifelong refuge to orphaned and abused chimpanzees from West and Central Africa. Time allows for another game drive this afternoon for anyone looking for more action. Have the whole day to explore the chimpanzee sanctuary, and the baby Rhino-Morani.


On returning to camp, enjoy a cultural interaction with the Maasai. This warrior tribe of nomadic pastoralists originated from northern peoples over 10 centuries ago. Their life is dominated by traditions and migrations centered on their large herds of cattle. Your family will learn about their time-honored customs and see the warriors perform a thrilling traditional dance.


Accommodation: Serena Sweetwaters Tented Camp | Meals Plan: BLD


Day 6-7: Mt. Kenya Highlands/ Samburu

After an early breakfast, drive north to the Samburu National Reserve. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed with lunch at the Samburu Ashnil Camp, followed by a game drive in the twin Samburu and Buffalo Springs reserves. Above you: endless skies; before you: dust-red plains and palm-fringed rivers. Samburu National Reserve lies on the borderland of a vast, physically dramatic desert featuring rocky battlements, craggy scarps, dry riverbeds, and fallen boulders. Thorn scrub rises against a backdrop of distant hills and the great red Table Mountain known as Ololokwe. The following day’s game drives provide ample opportunity to explore this fascinating reserve. Both evenings, return to camp for time to relax, and enjoy dinner at the lodge.

Samburu Ashnil |or Samburu Sopa. Meals Plan: BLD Samburu Ashnil is a traditional Kenyan safari camp set on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River. It is a verdant spot, with serene surroundings and breathtaking sunsets. Its 24 spacious tents include dressing area, sitting area, luggage rack, and en suite facilities to provide a memorable stay close to nature. Public areas include reception, lounge, restaurant and bar, pool, and veranda deck with river view. The restaurant offers international and traditional African dishes.


Day 8: Samburu/Nyeri
After breakfast depart to Nyeri to visit a Local Church and visit a Children Ophanage.

Accommodation: Green Hills Hotel Nyeri or Similar Hotel. | Meals Plan: HB.



Day 9: Lake Nakuru/ Lake Naivasha

After Lunch and relaxation embark on an enroute game drive of Lake Nakuru National Park to Lake Naivasha, a large freshwater lake in the Great Rift Valley. Arriving at Lake Naivasha, you’ll be refreshed with high tea at Joy Adamson’s famous Elsamere Farm. A British naturalist, Joy is the author of Born Free, the beloved international best seller describing the tribulations of raising a lion cub to adulthood. The farmhouse, bought in 1967, is now a conservation center focused on lake ecology and environmental awareness. Visit the farm’s museum and the nursery before heading to Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp or Sopa Resort.

Accommodation: Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp or Sopa Resort or Sawela Safari Lodge | Meals Plan: BLD.


Day 10: Lake Naivasha

This morning takes you to Hells Gate National Park for optional rock climbing, mountain biking, or walking. Named for its pair of massive, red-tinged cliffs framing an exothermally active terrain of steam vents and bubbling springs, Hells Gate is home to a profusion of plains game and birdlife.

This afternoon, it’s time to grab your hats and embark on a boat safari. As you cruise Lake Naivasha’s glittering surface along freshwater shores fringed with papyrus and yellow acacia, keep an eye out for hippos and other rare creatures. These forests abound with birdlife, and the waters of the lake draw a great range of game including giraffe, buffalo, and colobus monkeys. Peacefully cruising this idyllic scene to the sound of twittering birds will create a lasting impression of lovely Lake Naivasha.

Following your boat ride, enjoy a guided nature walk on Crescent Island. Experiencing the natural habitat on foot, your family will be immersed in the serene environment with little disturbance or impact. It’s an intimate and personal wildlife experience—a chance to appreciate the smaller animals and birds sometimes missed during big game drives.


Accommodation: Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp or Sopa Resort or Sawela Safari Lodge | Meals Plan: BLD.


Day 11: Lake Naivasha/ Masai Mara Game Reserve Heading southwest to your next destination, you arrive at the Masai Mara—one of Africa’s finest game reserves. Land of rolling green plains and riverside woodlands, the Mara is home to the world’s greatest wildlife phenomenon, the wildebeest migration, which crosses its grasslands July to October. Several million animals take part in this epic journey through the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, surging over the flood-swollen Mara River, braving crocodile-infested waters and shadowed by other hungry predators.

A year-round destination, the Mara has one of the highest concentrations of predator and prey in Africa. It is also inhabited by the legendary Maasai communities with their cherished cattle herds. A century of close association with the wildlife has resulted in a symbiotic relationship, where wildlife and people coexist on a daily basis. On arrival, a game drive may reveal some of the park’s legendary animal interaction.

Included: Land transfer and afternoon game drive

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner


Approximate Travel Time: 4 hours

Accommodation: Mara Leisure Camp or Sekenani Camp| Meals Plan: BLD.


Mara Leisure Camp sits on an elevation encircled by streams. The large grounds include rolling manicured greens, a forest of indigenous shrubs and exotic trees, a large pond stocked with fish, bird sanctuary, and an authentic Maasai village adjoining the camp. Comfortable accommodations in family tents afford plenty of room and privacy. Facilities include a main restaurant, bar, and bush dining options, plus free-form swimming pool with bar.


Days 12: Masai Mara Reserve

Two full days in the park allow plenty of time for exciting morning and afternoon game drives. Unique sightings are common: a pride of lion stalking their prey; a solitary leopard retrieving its kill from the high branches of an acacia tree; a herd of elephant protecting their young. Cap off an afternoon with a fascinating cultural encounter: a visit to the homestead or manyatta of Maasai herders.


For a truly exceptional “overview,” consider an optional hot-air balloon ride. Rides are easily booked to experience the magnificent vistas of the park from above. Ballooning adventures start early so you can glimpse an unforgettable sight: a spectacular golden dawn breaking over the savanna plains.

Included: Game drives and visit to a Maasai manyatta

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Mara Leisure Camp or Sekenani Camp | or similar.


Day 13: Masai Mara/ Nairobi

After breakfast your family sets off for Nairobi en route a game drive and scenic views of the Rift Valley Overnight and relaxation in a Hotel in Nairobi.


Day 14: Nairobi Bye. See you again in my next Trip.


Free morning at leisure for shopping, followed by a final celebratory lunch at the Carnivore Restaurant before heading to the airport for departure.


If a hotel quoted here is not available, we will get a similar category.

Safari Tour Prices in USD per person sharing in a pop-up minivan and in a double/twin accommodation.

Total Cost from JKIA and ending at JKIA (Jomo Kenyatta International Airport) $3,850-

Walking and Trekking Safaris

A taste of what to expect…
Day 1: Nairobi
Upon your arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be met by a member of our &BEYOND team and transferred by road to The Emakoko, in Nairobi National Park. Enjoy your evening at leisure giraffe and sky line nairobi, nairobi national park, nairobi city scape

Day 2-4: Laikipia, Karisia Walking Safari
From Wilson Airport take a scheduled flight to Nanyuki Airport. On arrival, you will be met by your Samburu team from Karisia Walking Safari and you will be taken to the starting point of your four days walking safari through the Laikipia and Samburu District in North central Kenya
A Walking Safari is the ideal means by which to travel through Kenya. Escape the constraints of a vehicle and lose yourself in Kenya’s stunning wilds. Learn the finer details of the bush and experience the traditional lore of your local Samburu guide
Swim in the cool waters of Africa’s rivers and spend warm nights beneath unbelievably starry skies
Climb to the top of rocky outcrops to admire vast views of endless open spaces and feel your sense reawaken as your nostrils fill with the scent of Africa’s dust
An ancient and rugged wilderness, Samburu is intersected by the Ewaso Ng’iro River, which flows through the heart of the reserve, creating an oasis of palm tree groves and thick forests. This is the land made famous by conservationists George and Joy Adamson, who raised Elsa the lioness here, as documented in the book and movie Born Free. Hike along the banks of the river until the dusk sets and then enjoy an al fresco dinner around a blazing campfire before settling into your sleeping bag for the night.
Fall asleep gazing onto a kaleidoscope of constellations in the velvety dark sky
Immerse yourself in one of the Samburu tribe’s most significant traditions. Fall in step with the Samburu warriors as they lead their cattle to a dry river bed in the early morning. With water a precious resource in this dry and desolate land, the warriors dedicate the day to digging deep wells for drinking water for their livestock. Watch as the tall warriors strip naked and begin to sing as they dig. Deep and resonant, the melody creates a hypnotic rhythm that the tribe works to as one. Each warrior’s herd will recognise and respond to their master’s voice, using it to locate their particular well.
walking with a maasai in laikipia on a kenya safari by lewa safari camp
night sky samburu
Camel Ride laikipia

Day 5-6: Masai Mara National Reserve
After breakfast, you will be driven to the local airstrip for your scheduled flight to Masai Mara. On arrival, you will be met by a representative from &BEYOND Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp and transferred to the lodge
Explore the wilderness on foot and get a different perspective on every aspect of the African river, from its smallest insects and plants to the immense river creatures after which the trail is named. Set off from your lodge in the company of an experienced Maasai naturalists, who can predict the behaviour of any wildlife that you meet, interpret ever birdcall and introduce you to the natural uses of the a multitude of plants. The trail dissects a variety of landscapes, from plains to riverine forest, open grasslands and scrubby bush. The hike takes from one to three hours.
Game drives in the Masai Mara are unforgettable due to the abundance of wildlife and the spectacular landscapes. With gently rolling hills and wide open plains, this is the quintessential African safari experience. Travellers can expect to encounter large numbers of animals year round, with big herds of elephant, buffalo and other plains game. It is also common to see predator interaction.
kichwa tembo masai mara airstrip welcome
Superior view of the Masai Mara plains at andBeyond Kichwa Tembo on a luxury safari in Kenya
Dining under open skies at andBeyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp in Kenya

Day 7: Departure
Say fond farewells and take your flight to Nairobi where you will connect to your onward international flight
07 Days | From USD 8,650
Per person sharing