Vision & Mission Trip Program

We are excited to recommend a variety of accommodations and additional tourist activities when you book your trip to visit In Step Children’s Home and Academy in Cherangani Hills, Kenya. To help plan your trip, we’re sharing a tentative calendar of dates teams are visiting. Please contact RFK directly if you’d like to book a trip so that we can determine which lodging accommodations and immigration paperwork would make the most sense for your trip. Scroll down to view accommodation options and add-on activities.

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Aturukan Hotel – 4 star – approximately 40 minutes from In Step, beginning at $84/night

According to their website, “We indulge you with exquisite dishes made using regional and seasonal ingredients that are produced by our suppliers to the very highest quality standards with a passion for agriculture. You can also enjoy fruit, vegetables, herbs and honey produced by people who know their work.”

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Sirwo Resort and Cranes Groups – 3 star – approximately 40 minutes from In Step, beginning at $135/night

According to their website, “Sirwo and Cranes Group is a family business with a focus on Hotels and Resorts. Our facilities are in Kitale, Naivasha, Baringo and Nairobi.”

Please note, Sirwo may not have reliable internet service.

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Karibuni Lodge Guest House– approximately 10 minutes from In Step, beginning at $25/night

According to their website, “Depending on your budget, accommodations can range from camping, staying in a dormitory, single rooms, double or twin rooms; some with private bathroom. All showers have hot water and there is electricity to charge electrical items. Towels, bed linen plus blankets, toiletries and safe drinking water are inclusive in the rates.”

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Mattaw Safaris – Located 2 hours from Nairobi on the way to In Step at Moi South Lake Road. Build your custom 3 to 7-day safari from $1100 to $4500 per person.

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The Maasai Mara is the most renowned safari park in Kenya. Famous for its great herds of plains’ game – including its exceptional population of Maasai lions, African leopards and Tanzanian cheetahs – it’s also the best place to see the Great Migration: the annual movement of zebra, gazelle and wildebeest to and from the Serengeti in Tanzania.

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The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is easier to access on a limited schedule than Maasai Mara and provides an “innovative, tangible, sustainable conservation
for wildlife and people.”

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Maasai Training – Learn traditional customs and skills such as spear throwing and Maasai dance. The Maasai are an ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the best known local populations internationally due to their residence near the many game parks and their distinctive customs and dress. The Maasai culture is renowned for its music and dance, in which a leader sings the melody while others sing harmony on call-and-response vocals and make guttural throat-singing sounds. 

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And Beyond Tours or Ambolesi Tours  In the foothills of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro is a must-see. She comes out from the mist in the early morning, while some of the largest tuskers you’ll ever see graze at her feet, and will spoil you with huge herds drinking water from surface springs. The park is home to as many as 370 species of birds and you can expect to see zebras, wildebeest, spotted hyenas, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, buffalo, warthogs, impalas, jackals and leopards.