Programs in Tanzania

Programs in Tanzania

Teacher-Led Trips in Tanzania

Since 2006, Rustic has introduced students to the people and cultures of Tanzania. Between safari trips and Mt. Kilimanjaro climbs, students are exposed to indigenous tribal groups, such as the Maasai of the Great Rift Valley and the nomadic Hadzabe, who still maintain traditional lifestyles. Students also work alongside villagers on collaboratively designed service projects, enabling them to integrate with the community and develop a local perspective.

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Trek deep into the Usambara Mountains, immersing yourself in Tanzanian tribal cultures

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$1,921 plus Airfare
10 Days
0 Service Hours

Aid in habitat restoration and conservation efforts, immersing yourself in Tanzanian tribal cultures

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$2,695 plus Airfare
9 Days
12 Service Hours

Village community service on the edge of the immense Ngorongoro Crater

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$2,205 plus Airfare
13 Days
40 Service Hours

Trek through Tanzania and experience village life and an incredible safari adventure

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$3,415 plus Airfare
21 Days
0 Service Hours
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A service experience with a longtime partner outside Arusha.

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$1,785 plus Airfare
7 Days
18 Service Hours

An adventure to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the world's tallest freestanding mountain.

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$5,335 plus Airfare
11 Days
15 Service Hours
When you think of Tanzania, you perhaps think of postcard photos: the vast savannas of the Serengeti, majestic African wildlife, the mighty Kilimanjaro towering overhead, the beauty of Zanzibar. But after experiencing life in Tanzania, you’ll remember the smiling faces of your friendly hosts, delicious food, and charismatic cultural experiences of this fascinating country. — Patrick Ziemnik | Tanzania Country Director

Quote by: Patrick is dedicated to building community partnerships and creating meaningful student experiences in Tanzania, where he leads operations. Patrick joined Rustic in 2012 after serving as AmeriCorps volunteer and managing the First-Year Outdoor Program at Harvard, where he graduated with honors.