Giddys Adventure

We organize healthcare placements, gap year, volunteer programs, safaris and tours in Kenya.

Each Giddy's Adventure Program is unique and completely customized based on the student’s individual objectives. Our programs are open all year round and prices depend on the duration.

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Nursing Volunteer from Monash Health Glen Victoria Australia

I recently stayed in Migori, Kenya for a nursing placement at Migori County Referral Hospital. During my stay there, I was lucky enough to have Salome and her team from Giddy’s adventures hosts me. As soon as I arrived in Migori, I was greeted by Salome at the bus stop and she took me to my apartment. The apartment was extremely comfortable and safe with a 24 hour guard on duty. I never once felt scared during my stay, especially as I was nervous having ‘white skin’, naturally drawing a lot of attention to myself.

Giddy’s adventure’s organized a house hand for my stay who helped me with my washing, cooking 3 meals a day and any other issues or queries I had. Salome was easily reachable during my whole stay and just a phone call away to help with absolutely anything!!! My hospital placement was nothing short of incredible. An experience I will remember forever. It was rewarding but also extremely challenging. You get the opportunity to be involved with many procedures you wouldn’t usually do back home, including delivering babies!! Giddy’s adventures also organized many other activities including a trip to Victoria Lake (Africa’s largest lake), visit to the local orphanage, local women’s group and church. All awesome ways to get involved in the local culture and traditions.

I would highly recommended doing some fundraising prior to visiting as there is so many ways you can use this here to help give back to the community, another extremely rewarding experience. I would highly recommended Salome and her team from Giddy’s adventures to help with your stay and medical placements in Kenya, I will definitely be back!!

By: Amy Ward
Nationality: Australian
Age: 25

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