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Far removed from western development, you’ll soon find yourself off the tourist track in Tanzania. Rich in culture and home to such friendly people, it is no surprise Tanzania is known as the ‘Heart of East Africa’.


Experience the ‘bush wilderness’ on safari and encounter lions, elephants, and wildebeest.

Trek through unique rainforests.

Pass through some of the world’s finest wildlife sanctuaries and most stunning landscapes.

Live amongst Tanzanian culture whilst on project with a local school.

Remember, all our expeditions are created bespoke so you're not restricted by what you see here. If you're undecided about where to go, just call us, we love sharing ideas.
The world really is your oyster!

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The Expedition

Phase 1: Acclimatisation

On arrival in Tanzania teams can spend a full day in Dar es Salaam to acclimatise. The city is the bustling hub of Tanzania, the fish market is a riot of colour and smells and well worth a visit. There is also the museum, the coastline or even the Dar Reality Tour to give you a feel for the reality of life in Dar es Salaam.

Phase 2: Trek

The Uluguru Mountains are a great place to spend a few days trekking. It’s well worth taking on the challenge, offering stunning views, towering waterfalls and a chance to camp under incredible star-filled skies. For a less challenging trek, the Amani Nature Reserve offers several stunning day walks though the rainforest and tea plantations.

Phase 3: Project

The project phase is an incredible opportunity to work alongside local people in Tanzania, learning about the culture whilst providing a helping hand in different areas of local life. Projects are based in rural communities, focusing primarily on schools. Tasks can involve refurbishing classrooms, doing repairs and teaching at primary or secondary school level.

Phase 4: Culture & Review

If wildlife is what you are after, Tanzania will not disappoint. A safari in Mikumi National Park is a chance to spot lions, elephants, giraffes, zebra, impala and endangered wild dogs. With landscape reminiscent of the Serengeti, and fewer tourists than some of the other National Parks, Mikumi is a very special experience. Teams might also choose to spend a couple of days on Tanzania’s beautiful coastline.

Expedition Grade

Our Tanzania adventure is graded as moderate or level 3. However we have many trek options from the more easy to difficult giving an overall grade of 2 to 4. The fitter you are the more you will enjoy your expedition.

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Ranges from mountains at high altitude to coastal, forests and African plains.


Comfortable tropical climate year-round with regional variations. Coolest and driest from June to September.


Rich and diverse with over 100 languages spoken. Tanzanian culture consists of painting, sculpture, dance, music and art. Swahili is the official language.

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