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Chasing the cat and mouse – rock climbing in Kenya…

By Dan Goodwin… We have been busy developing areas for rock climbing in Kenya and establishing new climbs over recent weeks, and of course just enjoying being out in the wild. Rock climbing has been gaining popularity in Kenya with more and more interest over recent years. Many often think…

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World’s Beyond…

By Richard Wachira (RVA Field Coordinator) Kibera Slum Soka Team are a group of young talented footballers in various categories and levels. What they share in common is a difficult background lacking in basic needs such as access to clean water, sanitation, and proper housing. Living in kibera slum further exposes…

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George Heriot’s in School trip to Kenya – Seven years and onwards!

Every June for the past seven years, we have had the privilege of hosting students and teachers from George Heriots school in Scotland for a two week service based trip in Kenya. Their remarkable dedication and commitment to supporting our local community through fundraising for critical infrastructure development, supporting students with severe…

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Ethi Primary Environmental Education Day

“The Earth is what we all have in common.” -Wendell Berry By Richie Wachira – RVA Field Coordinator Regardless of our day to day lives; our dreams, careers, passions and beliefs, we are bound to our environments more than we care to admit. Whether knowingly or unknowingly, our actions often…

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Why outdoor education matters…

I am fortunate to have been involved in outdoor education in some capacity throughout my life, as a guide, teacher, educational visits/trips coordinator and pastoral deputy head. My experience in Kenya was incredibly enriching and gave me a much deeper understanding of our interactions with the environment and other cultures.…

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Helping Rhinos: Mount Kenya Charity Challenge

Rift Valley Adventures is delighted to partner with UK based adventure travel specialists Tribal Tracks. This is a unique  opportunity to join an exciting 2020 Charity Challenge to summit Mount Kenya. The goal: to raise funds for rhino conservation through the UK based charity Helping For Rhinos and our long terms partners at Ol Pejeta Conservancy which is…

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Adventurous Training in Kenya

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 in Laikipia, Kenya. From UK approved MTB Courses to Rock Climbing…

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Komba Safari

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 first hand, what it meant to be in a conservancy, seeing wildlife, learning about their…

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