Volunteer in Tanzania

Tanzania Volunteer Program

15-22 Days

GIVE’s Tanzania trip takes you from the tropical paradise of Zanzibar Island to the African savannas of Arusha, Tanzania. You will volunteer alongside our host community members to build critical infrastructure, teach English and support women’s empowerment projects. In your free time you will also get to swim with wild dolphins in the Indian Ocean, set sail over crystal clear waters, and embark on a 2-day African wildlife safari. After you volunteer in Tanzania, climb Mount Kilimanjaro with GIVE and summit the tallest freestanding mountain in the world!

 
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Highlights of Volunteering in Tanzania

Volunteer Work in Tanzania

As a volunteer in Tanzania you will work alongside our host community members to build a nursery, primary and secondary school on Zanzibar Island! There are already more than 140 children attending school here and you will also have the opportunity to teach them English. Finally, volunteer in Arusha, Tanzania with a local women’s cooperative, helping them to build chicken coops that provide a stable source of food and income for their families.

African Adventure

After you volunteer in Tanzania with GIVE, it’s time for the ultimate African adventure. You will get to swim wild dolphins in the Indian Ocean, snorkel amongst vibrant coral reefs, and sail over crystal clear waters to white sand beaches. Last but not least, hop into a safari truck and look out for lions, elephants, giraffes, leopards, zebras, cheetahs, hippos and so much more on a 2-day African safari! There’s truly no better way to cap off your time volunteering in Tanzania!

“Tanzania was unbelievable. It has opened my eyes to the larger world around me and showed me how to help – abroad and at home.”

Gabrielle Adams

Tanzania Volunteer 2016

After volunteering in Tanzania:

Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

Push yourself to the mental, physical and spiritual limit

After you volunteer in Tanzania, conquer the tallest freestanding mountain in the world and stand upon the Roof of Africa.

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