Malewa Bush Ventures offers a broad selection of programmes designed to strengthen teams, identify different personalities, encourage and nurture leadership skills, set incredible confidence-building with new challenges for every individual involved.
These incorporate physical and mental challenges such as problem solving and survival skills right through to our high ropes challenge course, low ropes course, abseiling, rock climbing and much more!
Of course absolutely every element is adjusted to suit your specific group and objectives, you just need to tell us what you want. We’ve done everything from survival and safety training for NGO’s, or inspiring the Kenyan National Cricket Squad, developing corporate team work and helping schools identify who might make good prefects.
Customised to modern business needs, all courses are tailor made to suit the time available and objectives in mind. Malewa Bush Ventures has years of experience and has worked with some of the biggest names in Kenya including The United Nations, Canadian High Commission, Barclays Bank, Co Op Bank, Flower Farms, DHL Kenya and The Kenya National Cricket Squad to name a few.
You really will ‘experience the challenge’ since the activities are widely varied and include a high ropes course, a low ropes course, high wall, trust activities, raft building, and mental challenges.
These are all designed to present groups with a highly demanding variety of challenges that are impossible without individual courage, coordinated teamwork and positive leadership.
Malewa Bush Ventures believes in giving people the opportunity to experience the outdoors through a combination of challenging activities, adventure and fun. We help them gain better knowledge and understanding of themselves, each other and the natural world so that they become team players and informed leaders who give their best to their families, their friends, and their country.
“The web of life is irrefutably entangled with the natural world, and wilderness has its own therapy, so if we allow the minefield of urban existence to outwit us and dictate over our relationship with the earth, then we will become ever more impoverished”