My heart beats to an African drum.
Each expedition with 100 Humanitarians International is unique! You will spend 10 days on the ground in Kenya, combining humanitarian projects with families and tourist experiences from the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi to a majestic safari on the Maasai Mara. Each day you will wake up a little dirtier, and full of gratitude. A day in Kenya feels like a week!
We like to tell people that they will experience two years worth of personal development in less than two weeks. Your heart will be transformed, and all of your senses engaged. This is truly an immersion expedition.
Once you choose to join us, you will go through a complete training, with all of the details you will need to make this the experience of a lifetime. We run three trips per year to Kenya, with a maximum participant number of 21.
Our itineraries change each expedition, based on the humanitarian projects that we choose to take on as a group. They can include garden boxes, water storage systems, training workshops, tree planting, and building homes for families. Many people return for another expedition because of the relationships that they develop with the families we serve.
We begin in The Mau Region of Kenya, in the beautiful highlands, where most travelers never venture. You will experience big cities, dusty and busy towns, lush and gorgeous mountain views, and then we head home to the Maasai Mara, where it is normal to see giraffes and zebras by the side of the road.
We hope to see you on an expedition soon!
Team Share the Love – Scott and Becky Mackintosh
For the first time, a 100 Humanitarians expedition was led by Scott and Becky Mackintosh! They recruited a team of 15, and had some big assignments, including building an earthbag training center foundation in Nkareta, building a water storage system, planting trees, hosting a Days for Girls workshop at the rescue center and the school in Nkareta, and building more garden towers. They worked hard in the heat, and are already planning next year’s Share the Love expedition.