Programs in Tanzania

Programs in Tanzania

Student Travel Programs 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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Hands-on training with animal and environmental conservation initiatives

Details:
$4,995 plus
Age 14-18
16 Days
25 Service Hours
Tanzania
Accomodation Amenities
Adventure/Physicality
Educational Amenities
On-Program Travel

Take action to help address the global water crisis on a local level

Details:
$4,495 plus
Age 14-18
16 Days
25 Service Hours
Tanzania
Accomodation Amenities
Adventure/Physicality
Educational Amenities
On-Program Travel
Most Service

Village community service on the edge of the immense Ngorongoro Crater

Details:
$4,295 plus Airfare
Age 14-18
16 Days
50 Service Hours
Tanzania
Accomodation Amenities
Adventure/Physicality
Educational Amenities
On-Program Travel
Least Expensive

Immersion in Tanzanian village life on a unique service adventure

Details:
$2,695 plus Airfare
Age 14-18
9 Days
25 Service Hours
Tanzania
Accomodation Amenities
Adventure/Physicality
Educational Amenities
On-Program Travel
Most Adventure

Experience the adventure of a lifetime during an expedition to the top of Africa

Details:
$6,895 plus Airfare
Age 15-18
16 Days
0 Service Hours
Tanzania
Accomodation Amenities
Adventure/Physicality
Educational Amenities
On-Program Travel

Incredible wildlife and breathtaking beaches

Details:
$3,895 plus
Age 14-18
9 Days
0 Service Hours
My son’s trip to Tanzania was not just a trip but an experience that gave his life depth and breadth, meaning and purpose.

Quote by: Dee Olson, Gavin's mom | Manhasset, New York Tanzania Clean Water Project, 2015

Meet Team Tanzania

Natalya Morgan

Tanzania Program Manager

After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in wildlife ecology and conservation, Natalya’s penchant for travel, community service, and pad thai guided her straight to Rustic Pathways programs in Thailand after graduation. After leading summer, groups, and gap programs for two years in Southeast Asia and India, Natalya now spends her time in the United States doing outreach with schools, and in Tanzania program managing. She loves hiking, camping, and tasting all of the local cuisines along the way.

Jackson Paul

Tanzania Program Leader

Hailing from Karatu in northern Tanzania, Jackson is an invaluable member to our Tanzania team. Always full of energy and entertaining our students with his jokes and stories, Jackson instantly becomes a favorite on our programs. Having a wealth of knowledge about the region, Jackson is constantly looking for ways to innovate and tweak our programs to improve the experience for our students and the communities in which we operate. His enthusiasm for sharing his culture with our students make our programs in Tanzania that much more impactful.

Tusajigwe Mwambipile

Tanzania Program Leader

Originally from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s economic capital, Tusa attended primary and high school in Kampala, Uganda. She has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Dar es Salaam and now lives in Arusha, Rustic’s base in Tanzania. Tusa joined Rustic in 2016 seeking new challenges, friends, experiences, and above all fun! She loves to exchange ideas, share insights into her country and all it has to offer, and learn about the world through Rustic’s students. A mother of two daughters, Pauline, 7 and Megan, 18 months, Tusa is loved by Rustic students for her big heart and motherly care.