Welcome To Kaya Kinondo
In the coastal regions of Kenya, the local sacred forest are called Kayas. They are pockets of forest found in the contiguous Kwale, Kilifi and Malindi Districts. They owe their existence directly to the cultural beliefs and history of the nine (9) Coastal Mijikenda ethnic groups. Kaya Kinondo is the senior most Kaya (home) of the Digo community.
Kaya Kinondo is the first Mijikenda sacred forest to open up for controlled ecotourism. It is a pilot project that seeks to initiate and test the viability of ecotourism
The income from ecotourism activity is managed by a community conservation Group called KKCDG. The income is utilized for the following purposes:
We are looking for volunteers who would like to gain experience in conservation and community development projects in Africa. The activities to be undertaken by individual would be worked out depending on their field of interest…
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