Want a family adventure you’ll never forget? Join us in Kenya for a magical safari that will satisfy all of your Lion King dreams. This 11 day adventure will take you to some of Africa’s best safari destinations, including a visit to Pride Rock and the Masai Mara. It will also immerse you into community, culture, dance, food and language, and by travelling with Adventure Out Loud, you will be to keep disadvantaged children in school because we donate 50% of our profits to support local charities and initiatives. You will also get a chance to meet the students we sponsor and visit the charity we support during your adventure. So, what are you waiting for?
2 adults | 2 children (under 12)
2 adults | 3 children (under 12)
2 adults | 2 children (12 – 17)
2 adults | 3 children (12 – 17)
3 adults | 1 child (12 – 17)
Extra adult (shared accom)
We are a social enterprise. This means we place the same emphasis on doing the right thing and making a positive impact in the communities we travel to, as we do on making a profit. To prove it, we’ve graphed how your fee will be spent during this adventure.
We are proud to report that 53% of your fee will be spent in Ethiopia, stimulating local business, creating local jobs and supporting local communities. Another 6%, which is 50% of our profit, is invested back into local initiatives and grass-roots charities.
Adventure Out Loud to meet you at the airport and transfer you to our hotel. If you’re feeling energetic, you can jump straight in to the action with a walk through Karura Forest in search for Nairobi’s elusive monkeys or a rejuvenating yoga session at the African Yoga Project.
Today, we head for the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and the Nairobi Giraffe Centre. This is your chance to get up-close- and-personal with these incredible animals. If you’re lucky you might even get a kiss from Ed the giraffe. After lunch, be inspired by Tommy Nyawir and the heart-warming Mirror of Hope, a community based organisation empowering vulnerable children living in Africa’s largest slum by keeping them in school.
Three action packed days of fun, laughter and dancing with our sponsor students at the Mirror of Hope as we join them for their holiday program. Learn Swahili, go on a field trip and make a difference by helping the MOH team facilitate the program.
Explore the sights and sounds of Africa’s largest slum as you visit the home of your sponsor student, meet their family and feast on a delicious Kenyan lunch that you’ll learn to cook. This is the perfect opportunity to immerse in Kenyan culture, practice your Swahili and get to know some of the most resilient and remarkable people on the planet.
Hello Masai Mara! Africa’s best safari destination, the Mara adjoins the infamous Serengeti National Park and is home to the greatest show on earth – the Great Migration. Over the next 4 days, you’ll be living in a secluded, luxury safari camp inside the Conservation Area.
This will give you the best chance to spot all of Africa’s exotic safari animals, including the Big 5 – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant. You may even hear these animals as you relax around an open fire at your secluded, luxury safari camp.
Up early, we begin our search for Africa’s greatest predators. They are also on the hunt, for a nutritious wildebeest breakfast before they retire to the shelter of the trees for a cat- nap. You can also expect to see many of Africa’s exotic African animals today and if you’re lucky, you might even spot a rhino, a leopard or a cheetah.
Each year, more than a million wildebeest brave the Mara River’s crocodile infested waters in their search for greener grass.
This is the greatest natural spectacle on earth and although it is dependent on annual timing, this region offers fantastic wildlife viewing all- year-around. Today we visit the section of the Mara River where the wildebeest cross.
After a final morning game drive, we make our way back to the bright lights of Nairobi. This will be your final night in Africa and the perfect occasion to celebrate with new friends who have shared in this unforgettable, enriching and rejuvenating journey.
Spend the day packing, relaxing and saying goodbye to your new friends at the Mirror of Hope before boarding your flight back to Australia.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO)
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO)
111 million African children didn’t go to school in 2017. We’re not ok with this and we’re doing something about it!
With 47% of Africa’s population living below the poverty line, sponsoring a disadvantaged child through school is one of the best ways to fight poverty. Education empowers children to change their circumstances while educated women have fewer babies, a significant problem in Africa where birth rates are double the world average.
For less than $20 a week, you can make a real difference during your adventure. Simply tick the sponsor box when you register and we’ll send you a profile for a student who is looking for a sponsor.
Yes. Kenyans are extremely peaceful and friendly people and from our experience they appreciate and protect tourist. We have been travelling, living and guiding in Kenya for more than 10 years and we have developed very good procedures and policies to keep you safe. Please ask us if you would like to know more.
Malaria is a low risk in the areas you will be travelling. To further minimise the risk:
1. Discuss malaria prevention medication with your travel doctor
2. Sleep under a mosquito net (provided) and wear long clothing and mosquito repellent.
You should visit a travel doctor at least 3 months before departure. At a minimum, you will need proof of your Yellow Fever vaccine to enter Kenya and to re-enter Australia.
Please discuss medications with your travel doctor at least 3 months before departure. At a minimum, we recommend you bring medication for malaria and travellers diarrhoea. If you occasionally use specific medication, you should also bring that.
Travel medicine is very specific and we highly recommend you see a specialised travel doctor. If you don’t have a travel doctor, you can find on the Travel Medicine Alliance website – https://www.travelmedicine.com.au.
Tap water is unsafe for drinking. Bottled and boiled water will be available throughout the adventure.
A 10% deposit is required to secure your booking. The remaining balance is due 60 days before departure.
Adventure Out Loud connect you with our charity partner who sends you a student profile with sponsorship details. You pay weekly, monthly or annually directly to the charity.
No. Many of our adventurers have allergies. Meals are freshly prepared and our team takes every precaution to ensure food is not cross- contaminated. If your child is anaphylactic, we recommend booking on a tour that is led by our Founder, Nate. He has experience with allergies and can take of everything to ensure you have a hassle-free holiday.
Adventure Out Loud will provide you with a full information kit once you book. This kit gives you step-by-step instructions on what you need to do prior to your adventure.
“Every dollar was worth it. I could have done every single day two times over.”
“Going on a holiday that makes a difference is something truly special. To meet the young person that I sponsored, to visit their home, family and friends, and to create some amazing life long memories with them is just another level.”
“I was so amazed by how friendly the people were. Having Monk show us around his country was definitely a highlight and the temples were incredible.”
“AOL’s style of holiday is less about ticking off the bucket list, and more about immersion in a different culture – it left me with memories more poignant than any selfie-opportunity!”