Global Angels Discovery Trips 2020
Dates: June 20-27 September
26 Sept – 3rd October
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Join us for this unique opportunity to accompany Global Angels Founder Molly Bedingfield to our Tsavo Project in Kenya. You will get a first-hand view of one of the sustainable communities and life-changing initiatives we are developing. You’ll learn about our long term strategies and solutions to empower the local community in this model project.
You will be invited to help us by working alongside our local team on projects such as developing long term rainwater catchments and storage, building our new learning centre, painting a classroom or helping with our chicken farm.
You might be gardening in our shade houses and organic farm or helping develop our office. You will visit the Tumaini women in their homes and work alongside them in the project. You’ll visit local schools where we have built classrooms and maybe help on our mill or school feeding programme.
One of your highlights will be to meet our Team on the ground.
In the evening, as we gather together and reflect on the work you have been involved in during the day, you will be encouraged to bring your insights and ideas to the table. The whole experience also lends itself perfectly to transformational personal development.
Added to all this, we will be staying in Ngutuni Lodge, a high standard safari lodge located in the heart of a 10,000 acre, private game sanctuary, surrounded on three sides by Tsavo East National Park. The Lodge overlooks a water hole and is set against the spectacular backdrop of the Sagala Hills.
What People Say
I challenge everyone else in the business world to experience this. It’s a life changing event for a good purpose.
Randy – CEO Toll Global Forwarding
An awesome experience and one that you can’t make up. This is real.
Everett – B&W Tec Inc.
Our Home Base
This is Africa and we work close to a community that is very disadvantaged. Each trip we choose to stay in a nearby lodge that has a taste of safari and luxury, in comparison to those around us, but is suitably not lavish.
The Ngutuni Safari Lodge’s sanctuary and surrounding national park are best known for a fantastic variety of wildlife including lion, cheetah, elephant, buffalo as well as a huge variety of plains game and birdlife.
The lodge’s restaurant offers panoramic views over the endless savannah and serves a delicious choice of Kenyan specialities and international favourites. All ingredients are locally sourced and cooked from fresh farm produce, including delicious homemade bread, fruit & vegetables, sweet potatoes and other local favourites topped off with freshly ground coffee.
More Trip Info
Wherever possible we travel as a group.
For those of us travelling from the UK, we use British Airways flights from Heathrow Terminal 3, direct into Nairobi.
We arrive late evening, and stay at Hotels on for the first night that are local to the airport.
Activities Include Some Of The Following:
making grow bags for our shade houses to grow vegetables
constructing or painting farm buildings or a local classroom
Digging trenches or swales on the land to direct water flow
Learning about sustainable horticulture and growing moringa or chia
Training young people in project management and office skills
Group sessions to discuss and brainstorm sustainable energy and water solutions
Safari trips in the early morning or evening
Day To Day Itinerary
Once we have passed through Passport and Visa Control at Nairobi, we will be transferred by taxi to a local Hotel, adjacent to the airport.
You will need to get your head down promptly and get a few hours sleep before an early breakfast and checkout at 6.45 before taking a taxi to the railway station.
Please note that Hotel accommodation and food is at your own expense.