RAINHILL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PARTNER WITH @CAMPSITE FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE ADVENTURE IN KENYA.
They began by protecting villages from lions, fostering safety and unity. Next, they explored Athi River National Park, connecting closely with wildlife and nature.
Some students became PADI certified scuba divers at Camp Firefly, and other students contributed to local communities by building homes for homeless women at Camp Muhaka.
At Camp Tsavo, they addressed human-wildlife conflicts, erecting elephant deterrent fences and constructing a classroom for secondary students. A highlight was a stunning view of Marungu Hills Conservation, humbling them before nature.
In the Kaya forest, they immersed themselves in native culture, while at Mama's house in Camp Muhaka, they transformed walls with care and compassion.
Throughout, they embraced hashtags like #CampKenya and #DoSomethingAmazing, writing their change story with @CampsInt, one transformative experience at a time.