Summer Volunteer And Safari Program Tanzania (4 Weeks)
Explore The Serengeti
Tanzania, the country containing Mount Kilimanjaro – the highest snow capped mountain in Africa – is filled with exciting extremes. Its beautiful beaches, popular safari trips down into the land of the Serengeti National Park, and various other adventurous activities make Tanzania even more attractive.
Boundless Love’s summer volunteering program in Tanzania allows participants to take part in a most meaningful volunteer journey while serving local orphanages and experiencing – firsthand – the always-friendly and ever-smiling Tanzanians.
Orientation And Discussion (1 Day)
Meet with Boundless Love’s local staff members, participate in a general question/answer sessions, discussions on program itinerary, and general orientation on the Boundless Love’s best summer volunteering program in Tanzania, as well as learn the history, culture, tradition, and other important issues (health, safety) in Tanzania. In your free time (evening), explore the nearby areas.
Service Projects In Arusha And Moshi (22 Days)
For the following days of your summer volunteering opportunity in Tanzania, you will work in an orphanage – sharing your love and time with the needy children in various parts of Tanzania, teaching them basic conversational English and encouraging them to face the challenging world where English is becoming more and more of a necessity. In their free time from your Tanzania summer volunteer abroad program, you can hike to nearby bazaars and/or hillside villages; explore the beauty of mesmerizing Tanzania – gaining first-hand experiences of Tanzanian lifestyle, culture, and values.
Tanzanian Safari And Excursions (5 Days)
After spending quality time with the destitute children of Tanzania, you will then embark on a four-day tour, taking them through the highlights of the unrivalled parks of northern Tanzania while living in tents – recapturing the original spirit of the safari. This safari includes a walking safari through the Masai Land, the N’gorongoro Crater (one of the major attractions of Tanzania and one of the wonders of the natural world), the Serengeti (one of the best-known wildlife sanctuaries in the world hosting over 3 million large mammals); and Lake Manyara National Park (an ornithologists’ paradise dually noted for its elusive tree-climbing lions).