From the snow capped peak of Kilimanjaro, through the plains of the national parks, to the white sandy beaches on the Indian Ocean, Tanzania offers some of the world's most renowned tourist sites! Yet despite its incredible natural environment Tanzania is still one of the poorest countries in the world.
True Adventure offers the opportunity to work on school projects in the stunning but less travelled south, giving students the chance to immerse themselves in an area away from the main tourist routes, or teams may choose to complete a project in a traditional Masai village in the North.
In terms of trekking Tanzania again offers some breathtaking options, especially the extinct volcanoes – Mt Meru and Kilimanjaro – in the north of the country, sitting on the edge of the Great Rift Valley.
Most teams however choose the less well known but no less spectacular Uluguru mountains of the central region, which will see the teams to walk through incredible mountain scenery, including jungles and beautiful waterfalls, witnessing rural life in remote villages along the way.
Alternatively, teams may wish not to trek at all but if you’re still looking for adventure we can offer the chance to go diving in the stunning Indian Ocean. Working alongside a 5 star rated PADI centre, we can offer courses to suit all abilities and experience.