There are many ways to visit Kenya. We suggest entering into the soul of this country through it’s back door – the Kenya that doesn’t appear on postcards, and that battles every day to keep its dignity.
Come with us and you’ll see Kenya differently. We’ll go to Korogocho, one of the most densely populated slums in Nairobi, where just getting by is an art form. You’ll think you’ve seen the worst, but then we’ll go to Daadab. It’s one of the biggest refugee camps in the world. There are some people here who have been refugees their whole lives, with just one constant certainty: uncertainty.
That isn’t what the whole of Kenya is like. It’s just difficult to see. Kenya is the world’s third biggest producer of tea, and during our trip we’ll walk through a sea of green fields – together with people carefully picking the harvest leaf by leaf.
The rest will be “on the road adventures,” where we’ll grab every chance we get for meetings and exchanges. Kenya will seduce you: with its intense colours, its voices, its atmosphere, and the experiences it will offer you. After Kenya, none of us will ever be the same.
The world of a reporter that is open to everyone
TAKE PART in our exclusive workshops and live the experience of a reporter.
You’ll be part of a group of journalists.
You will have a mission to complete: create and publish your reportage.
At any cost!
Free to come with us even if photography isn’t your passion!
If what you’re interested in is a journey that takes unusual paths, and gives you the chance to have incredible, first hand, experiences, you are not obliged to create a reportage.