Family Ties 2 Days
A Masai Elder and a Kikuyu grandma welcome us into their families – and their lives – for two unforgettable days
In Kenya extended family structures are sanctioned both by law and tradition.
For example, the Chief of the Masai village that we’ll visit has six wives, 51 children and an unknown number of grandchildren.
And the grandma we’ll meet, although elderly, is responsible for feeding and sheltering four generations of her family.
That’s life in Kenya and Family Ties is a rare opportunity to visit grassroots communities, join in the families’ day to lives and share amazing experiences together.
It’s all about learning, connecting, participating and changing each other’s lives.
And it’s simply an incredible experience to be a part of.