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  • Hiking at school trips in Kenya
  • Forest treks at school trips in Laikipia
  • Camel rides at school trips in Kenya
  • Hiking at school trips in Kenya
  • Forest treks at school trips in Laikipia
  • Camel rides at school trips in Kenya

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  Rift Valley Adventures has provided Adventurous Training since 2002. Starting out as a small provider, we have grown in size and capability where today we can cater for over 300 pax in our own dedicated Adventure Centres and camps…
  Saturday 18th May 2019, dawned with a lot of anticipation, excitement and expectations. Students from the Wildlife Club of Kenya at Ndemu Primary School would join us for our Conservation In Action program at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, and witness…
  Adventure learning One of the many joys of working in outdoor education is we get to meet students and teachers from all over the world. I mean, literally all over the world! We have camped with students from Singapore,…
  Based at our wildlife camp at Ol Pejeta Conservancy we took off on bikes across the community, learned first hand what it takes to manage a vast wildlife conservancy, joined the dynamic women of the Twala Maasai community, helped…
  Sirimon Thomas recounts a 5 day conservation education field trip with RVA to Ol Pejeta Conservancy with the Swedish School from Nairobi... Day 1: The Swedish School in Nairobi arrived in the early afternoon of Monday 18th April. After…
My name is Francis Leruso. I was born into the Samburu tribe, which broadly speaking is in the same group as Maasai. We have a tradition of hunting and gathering, including use of the traditional bow and arrow. Bush craft…
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