We investigate diffusion on newly synthesized molecules with dendrimer structures. We model these structures with geometrical Cayley trees. We focus on diffusion properties, such as the excursion distance, the mean square displacement of the diffusing particles, and the area probed, as given by the walk parameter SN, the number of the distinct sites visited, on different coordination number, z, and different generation order g of a dendrimer structure. We simulate the trapping kinetics curves for randomly distributed traps on these structures, and compare the finite and the infinite system cases, and also with the cases of regular dimensionality lattices. For small dendrimer structures, SN approaches the overall number of the dendrimer nodes, while for large trees it grows linearly with time. The average displacement R also grows linearly with time. We find that the random walk on Cayley trees, due to the nature ot these structures, is indeed a type of a “biased” walk. Finally we find that the finite-size effects are particularly important in these structures.