Explore the very best that Tanzania has to offer on the action packed Tanzania Experience. From exciting safaris in N’gorongoro ...
Zanzibar Teaching Volunteers
As a volunteer in Zanzibar you will focus your lessons on teaching English, Science and IT however you are more ...
Climb Kilimanjaro and test yourself to the limit. This trek takes you through lush rainforest and open moorland to the ...
Tanzania Community Volunteers
Becoming a community volunteer in Tanzania is a fantastic opportunity to give something back to the local communities near Dar ...
Kilimanjaro climb - Machame Route
Trek the amazing Machame Route to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest point. At high altitude, it's a challenging ...
Gap year Tanzania
If African wildlife is top of your gap year wish list, then Tanzania probably should be too. This is where you’ll find Serengeti, Ruaha, Ngorongoro and Kilimanjaro – names that immediately conjure up the breathy tones of David Attenborough. Tanzania is home to one of the largest wildlife populations in the world and you’ll see every exciting big animal you could ever want to – big cats, crocs, buffalo, hippo, rhino – as well as all sorts of apes and birdlife. But there’s loads more to Tanzania for the student traveller.
Tanzania is certainly not short on spectacle: Serengeti National Park hosts one of the greatest shows on earth, the annual wildebeest migration, as well as the everyday wonders of an amazingly preserved wilderness. For those in search of adventure travel, there’s also the Ngoronogoro Crater, a volcano caldera 20km wide where lions, flamingos and black rhinos roam and nomadic Maasai tribesmen live as they have for centuries. There’s also spectacular diving off the coast of Mafia and climbing, not least Mount Kilimanjaro – just fitness and determination required.
For student travel, Tanzania has once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Exotic Zanzibar, the idyllic spice island, is the ultimate post-safari hangout, and there’s also its lush green neighbour Pemba. If history’s your thing, the coast towns – like Bagmoyo – were links on a vast ancient trading route that stretched in one direction across the ocean to India and in the other deep into the heart of the African continent. And Tanzania is one of the oldest continuously inhabited areas on the planet, with hominid remains millions of years old.
As a volunteer in Tanzania, you have a wide range of work options if you want to contribute to this amazing and beautiful land. These include teaching English to members of Maasai communities and immersing yourself in their culture, or working with disadvantaged children.