Details of how to contact us about making a visit are at the bottom of this page.
Visitors should budget approximately £1,500 per person to include flight, Hotel (half board) and 3 day Safari (full board).
The following provides an idea of how visitors typically spend their time visiting Kenya.
Day 1, Arrive Mombasa and transfer to Severin Sea Lodge Hotel: www.severinsealodge.com. Unpack and unwind, rest of day at leisure. Eve: safari briefing.
Day 2, Visit FEED500 where 500 orphans come to receive a hot meal for some nurture. Serve the food & give out the maize flour.
Day 3, Utange Baptist Church for traditional African service, followed by lunch at Casuarina House Orphanage, meet the children, introductions/singing and look around.
Day 4 am, Village tour of Utange: see the local flora & fauna plus visit water station, medical centre and look inside a traditional mud hut where one of the children on the feeding programme lives.
Day 5, Chill at Hotel / volunteer or optional excursion/own thing.
Day 6, Glass bottom boat to reef for snorkelling/swimming or own thing.
Day 7, Chill at Hotel / volunteer or sightseeing/own thing.
Day 8, Sponsor Day at Celebration High School. Look around CHS and Celebration Health Care before being entertained by the students at CHS with poems, drama, music & traditional dance. Over lunch meet and chat to your sponsored student.
Day 9, 500 Club before feeding plus FEED500 for those who wish to return.
Day 10, Attend Encounter Service at CHS and say farewell to the Casuarina Kidz.
Day 11 - 13 Safari to Tsavo East & West, staying in luxury accommodation in the African Savannah. A chance to see a variety of animals in their natural environment, it’s another world!
Day 14, Last day to rest & unwind at Hotel before journey home.
Contact: email@example.com for more information on the next opportunities to visit.
We are opposed to "Orphanage Tourism".
The care and upbringing of the orphans at Casuarina House is the responsibility of local Kenyan full time professional staff who take the role of parents under the direction of ‘The Sure Foundation Home for Orphans Project, Utange’, a charity registered and operating in Kenya. Their ethos is that the children grow up in a loving and nurturing family environment provided by their staff through Christian values and education. Groups do not at any time take the place of the House Parents or staff and are never left alone or un-supervised with the children. The Feed500 programme, High School and Health Centre are also under the direction of the Kenyan charity and volunteers may assist with this under their supervision.
It is important that all volunteers and visitors to the Orphans Project in Utange understand that they do so entirely at their own risk and must make their own travel and insurance arrangements.
The Utange Orphans Charity (UK Registered Charity no 1160637) is not involved in any way with arranging or managing trips to the Orphans Project. Volunteers and Visitors must make all arrangements direct with the Kenya based charity, The Sure Foundation Home for Orphans Project. This can be done via Debbie Scott-Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also see our Statement on 'Orphanage Tourism'.