Wildlife Conservation



This aims to provide volunteers with the wonderful opportunity of experiencing African wilderness while contributing to conservation



-Helping to remove not indigenous plants near the Park that can affect the natural balance of the flora in the parks

-Collecting tracking and birds’ picture to implement the inventory of the area.

-Participating in reforestation in the area

– De-snaring is removing wire snares or traps that poachers set across animal tracks to capture and kill wildlife.

-Guiding and giving talks to tourists.

-Research on human and wildlife conflict.- The wildlife  especially the elephants do cross over to the neighbouring community farms and the outcome is  massive destruction thus creating hostility towards wildlife.
Note; Volunteers will be involved in researching sustainable solutions on this conflict and developing alternative source of income for the communities



Equipment Required


Personal Laptop (optional) & any other wildlife equipments a volunteer is willing to offer.


-Dedicated, mature and motivated volunteers that have a caring attitude towards wildlife and conservation. Volunteers should be of average physical fitness and willing to get their hands dirty.
Medical Services


Nairobi Capital is about 20 minutes from Kibera and we have sophisticated medical facilities: Nairobi Hospital, Kenyatta National Hospital, Karen Hospital and many other specialized health care facilities



Breakfast – Tea/bread sometimes and egg/pancakes

Lunch – Rice and stew, ugali and green vegetables.

Dinner – Chapati and stew of red beans or beef and the fruit in season

Cafes & Shopping Malls There are shopping malls around and so you can get ATM services and buy anything you want








Volunteers stay in tented camps which are very safe and comfortable.
Housing rules


No consuming alcohol at the house

No bringing other friends without permission

You should let the host know if you will be late.

No use of any drugs at the house

You will respect other volunteers and the host family

You will respect local culture


Laundry There is a caretaker who washes clothes for a minimum of 5 USD
Water There is adequate flow of water in the hosting houses
Electricity Electricity is fully supplied within hosting families homes


Note; Internship/volunteering cost include;

Airport pick up = 90 USD
Airport drop off = 90 USD
Internet = buy Kenyan sim card and load wit MBs
Monthly Cost = 2400 USD (Covers-housing, 2-3 meals/day, supervision, pre-departure training, on-site orientation,  incident response, evaluation.]


-Are you interested in any excursion- 

-Fill the Form and sent to :     barnabas@havillacc.com

-Registration fee: PAY PAL/Pay online  – [100 usd] –   info@boundlessloves.com

– If students don’t have pay pal account ,they can sent via Western Union to


Barnabas Kimeu Mutua,

Box 37713 00100.

Ngong Road

Elim court Hse 23




-Volunteer can carry any gift to give to the Host Family as appreciation.

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