You will have plenty of free time to immerse yourself in local culture. During the week, you can enjoy mingling with the locals and observing their ways of living. For example, with your host family, you could participate in preparing meals, learning how to prepare the local foods, as well as you could show them how to prepare meals from your country. On the weekends, you are free to go wherever your heart desires and explore the wonders of your host country or neighbouring countries, if possible. You could visit towns, museums, just walk around the community, climb the local hills to oversea your community’s landscape, etc.
The recommended tourist attractions in Kenya are Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Nairobi National Park, Tsavo East National Park, Tsavo West National Park, National Museums of Kenya, Giraffe Center, Shimba Hills, Nairobi National Park, and the Karen Blixen Museum. You can climb Mount Kenya and Mount Longonot. Explore Kenya’s coral coast. Help save elephants at the Shedrick Elephant Orphanage. Remember, your in-country coordinator is always available to help you plan safe, educational, and cost-saving travels.
Click here to learn more.