28/01/2013

Review by Josie M

Hi Andy :)

Just wanted to drop you a quick email to say wat a fantastic time we all had when we were away. The two Eva's were fantastic and all the guys were brilliant. Couldn't of asked for a better trip.

We were hoping to head out again next year but I don't think we r able to wait that long an were hoping that we mite b able to go out in july if at all possible for 2 weeks?? There would b 4 of us.

Thanks again andy for a brilliant trip. Can't put in words how brilliant it was an soo glad we had the two girls they were just brilliant.

Cheers andy
Josie

09/05/2012

Review by Gareth Thomas

I was hoping for and expecting an experience that would sit with me for a long while and was not let down, awesome does not do it justice . The trip, from the decision to run an adult Africamp to returning home, was well organised, informative, fun and something I hope to repeat in the future. The trip was made enjoyable and rewarding by the positive attitude and support of all the staff (AA and local community staff) who ensured that we had an experience to remember. I have learned a lot about Kenyan life and culture and also a few things about myself. I feel as if for a time I made a little bit of difference to the life of some Kenyan children and adults. Thank you.

01/05/2012

Review by Ceri D

The best travel experience i have ever been on and i have travelled extensively throughout many 3rd world countries, feeling safe and secure during the whole trip with indiginous people around which makes the trip as a whole an extremely worthwhile experience

30/04/2012

Review by Edel Reck

Yes, Yes, Yes. I am writing an article for the Irish Times Newspaper. I couldn't possibly fit what I want to say here!

30/04/2012

Review by Karen L

My son did Kenyan Africamp and came back saying it can't be described in words and photos, you'd have to see it for yourself. I did and he was right! The Kenyan staff are warm and welcoming and gave such an insight into their beautiful country. The work of Moving Mountains is awe-inspiring we visited Ulamba orphanage which is just a small part of the many projects they support. As well as helping with this project we had 2 safaris, cycling and rock climbing and two amazing journeys across Kenya all packed into a 2 week stay. Fantastic experience and supporting the charity too!