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Adventure Abroad

Itinerary for 1-12weeks of volunteering combined with travelling and adventure program for Tanzania
Mainland and Zanzibar Island!

Week 1: These first days will offer you glimpses into the Swahili language, as well as Tanzania’s various
cultures, religions, and local ways of life.

This introduction will be held in Dar es Salaam.

Relaxing at Kigamboni Beach.

Week 2-4

Bus trip to Njombe and volunteer work at the local primary school and the care-orphanage in Njombe

2-days safari in Ruaha National Park which is located in Iringa-Tanzania

Week 5-6

Volunteer work in Moshi at Amani children´s home

Week 7-10

Volunteer work in Oldenderiti primary School which is located in Olokii village within the Arusha city,
teaching English + volunteer work at the orphanage and Safari;

Arusha – Tarangire – Lake Natron * Gibbs Farm * Lake Eyasi * Ngongoro Crater Olmoti – Crater *
Empaakai Crater * Lake Manyara – Arusha.

DAY 1: Arusha – Tarangire
Afternoon Game drives Dinner and overnight at Tarangire Camp.

DAY 2: With picnic Lunch, Game drive and proceed to Lake Natron and overnight at the Camp. After
breakfast morning walk to a Maasai boma. Enjoy a Unique traditional dance performance by a Maasai
Warriors. On our way back to the camp for lunch. We will enjoy superb scenery of Lake Natron and the
surrounding area. Lunch in the Afternoon. Nature walks to the waterfalls and the Lakeshore to view
Flamingos’. Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

DAY 3: Departure for Gibbs farm. Evening Nature walk to the waterfalls and Scenery visit to the
Ngorongoro highlands and coffee farm.
Dinner and over night at Gibbs farm.

DAY 4: After breakfast leave Gibbs farm for Lake Eyasi .
Scenery views and Nature walk at the Lakeshore. Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

DAY 5: Visit the Data boma and see their primitive Traditional Lifestyle. Lunch at the Camp and afternoon
visit to the Hadzabe bush Men where we go for a primitive traditional hunting trip with the local Hadzabe
bushmen. Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

DAY 6: With picnic Lunch Leave Lake Eyasi for Empaakai crater through Olmooti and Ngorongoro Crater
with Game drive on the crater floor. Dinner and over night at Empaakai Crater.

DAY 7: After breakfast visit the Maasai boma Lunch at the Camp. Afternoon exploration of the Empakaai
Crater as we trek through the rain forest towards flamingo thwarted Lake that dominates the heart of the
crater. Dinner and overnight at the Empaakai Exclusive Camp.

DAY 8: Leave Empaakai for Lake Manyara with Game drive through the Crater with a picnic Lunch on
the Crater floor. Dinner and overnight at a Lake Manyara Serena. Morning Game drive of Lake Manyara.
Picnic Lunch in the park. Afternoon departure for Arusha Shopping. Dinner and overnight in Arusha.

Week 11-12


We start the journey in Dar Es Salaam by visit the Saadani National Park along the coast of the Indian

Ocean. The area harbours a variety of wild terrestrial mammals including elephants, giraffe, buffalo and
lion. You are then taken into the mainland by speedboat where you will spend two relaxing nights soaking
up the distinct coastal atmosphere.

DAY 1: Arrive at Dar Es Salaam where you are met by Absolute Heritage Staff. We will take you to your
hotel for Dinner and an overnight stay.

DAY 2: A Morning departure for Saadani National Park – Bagamoyo and lunch at the camp followed by
an afternoon game Drive. Dinner and lodgings will be at the camp.

DAY 3: The day starts with deep water fishing in the Indian Ocean, lunch and then snorkelling. What
follows is a visit to Bagamoyo with the Kaole ruins, the German Cemetery followed by Dr. Livingstone’s
Church and the Caravan Serai which documents the history of the East African slave trade.

DAY 4: We leave Saadani National Park for Dar es Salaam where we take a speed boat ride to the
spice Island of Zanzibar, After breakfast, meet and greet by guide after breakfast City Tour, the tour starts
from the Stone Town of Zanzibar, where you will visit the most historical and interesting places in town,
such as Zanzibar Museum, former slave market, busy food market in the city, House of wonders, Old fort,
the Sultan Palace, Old Dispensaries,Dr.Living Stone House, the harbour for Dhows. And finally you will
take a leisurely walk through the narrow Street of the Stone Town.

Also in this part of tour you will find a lot of exotic small Bazaars, spice and antique shops which offers
novelty gift items and attractive materials,(batiks & Saruni).Thereafter transfer to the Spice Farms for
spice tour with lunch. The tour takes you the country side to visit some plantations such as Root Crops,
spices, perfumes, medical plants, tropical fruits and flowering trees. It is a tour that will prove why
Zanzibar is referred as: THE SPICE ISLAND.

The tour is also includes a visit at MARUHUBI PALACE-Ruins and Gardens, bought by third Sultan
of Zanzibar SEYYID BARGHASHI from an Arab of the Maruhubi tribes. You will also get a chance to
visit Kidichi Persian baths-built in1850 by Sayyid Said bin Sultan,(the first Sultan) for his wife Princess
Shehrzard (grand daughter of Fateh Ali Shah of Persia).

Stone Town: Zanzibar’s old quarter, usually called” Stone Town” is a fascinating maze of narrow streets
and alleyways which lead past numerous old houses and mosques, ornate places, shops and bazaars.
Overlooking dhows and outrigger canoes moored in the harbor, many buildings date from the 19th
Century slave boom. Highlights include the magnificent House of Wonders, the palace Museum and the
night market in Forodhani gardens. There are many excursions possible from Stone Town including boat
trips, spice tours, diving, fishing, snorkeling and more.

After breakfast snorkeling trip from Nungwi Beach to Mnemba Island. Day trip snorkeling tour with lunch.
You will be taken on engine boat to snorkel at the best coral reefs at Mnemba Atoll Coral Garden, one will
also enjoy sea food beach BBQ at the best beach. Dinner and overnight at your home stays.

DAY 5: Your introduction to this romantic island begins with a city tour. Explore the hustle and bustle of
the city market; visit the Anglican Church and Zanzibar museum. After lunch, spend the afternoon in the
ancient Jozani Forest, home of the red colored monkey, found only in this part of the world.

DAY 6: The day starts with a morning tour of the plantations just outside the town where papaya,
cinnamon and Zanzibar’s famous cloves are aplenty. A drive through the lush green rural area takes you
to lunch at Magapwani beach. The Afternoon covers a visit to the famous slave caves, and then we return
to the Hotel for Dinner and an overnight stay.

DAY 7: A day to relax at the hotel; one can laze at the beach or shop in the old town for exotic gifts
before having lunch and more languishing before dinner and an overnight stay

Program cost schedule for people travelling in a group of 5-15pax at once to Tanzania and Zanzibar

Start dates depend on people on a group, so contact us for trip date

1-Month Adventure and volunteering Tanzania) –cost $1,400usd per each volunteer.

2-Months adventure and volunteering Tanzania & Zanzibar-cost $1,500usd per each volunteer.

3-months adventure and volunteering Tanzania & Zanzibar $2,000usd.

The Given program fees cover all meals, local transport and the tour in each location given.


At our company internship placements are distinct and are organized separately from volunteer programs. Unlike many other study abroad organizations, your international internship is NOT interchangeable with a volunteer abroad program.

Internships are designed to give you professional work experience, build your Swahili language proficiency, and expand your career network.

On the other hand, volunteering abroad is about community service, and these projects are focused on helping in-need and under-funded programs and people. Both internships and volunteer programs are important, but each program focuses on different outcomes.


– Airport pick-up and drop off
– Private room in host family accommodations
– Breakfast and dinner, 7 days/week
– 1 hour/day private Spanish classes
– 6-8 hours/day practical work, Monday-Friday
– Dedicated internship advisor
– Official certificate of internship work
– Letter of recommendation
– Free Wi-Fi and computer lab
– Institute is open 7 days/week
– Emergency contact number 24/7

6-8 hours/day practical work, Monday-Friday

Program orientation and walking tour

Official certificate of internship work


The extra costs you incur as part of your program include:
– Flights
– Medical insurance
– Daily transportation
– Travel and tours
– Transfer back to the airport
– Personal spending money

Expenses vary depending on your personal preferences, choice of accommodation, and how you spend your free time. You should consider snacks, drinks, toiletries, medications, social activities, and emergencies. Please note that host families include breakfast and dinner, but not snacks.

One of the unique things about doing your internship abroad with AMANI HOSTEL is that you are assigned a dedicated Internship Advisor. Your advisor meets with you for designated meetings and at other times whenever needed. Your advisor kicks things off with a get-to-know you meeting to help set you up for success and explain your program. You then meet with your advisor at least 2 more times including a mid-program meeting and again at the end of your internship to review your final project and to ensure all university requirements (if any) are met.

We make a sustainable contribution to communities across Africa through education, medical and healthcare, sports and conservation projects. Volunteer with us to play a vital role in the success of these projects and have the experience of a lifetime whilst helping to make a difference.

We offer projects from 2 weeks – 12 weeks in Tanzania

There are two key priorities for us; the projects that we support and of course you. Our in-country staff are on hand to provide 24/7 support and advice, ensuring your safety and that you quickly become an important part of our team, so that you may get the most out of and give the most back during your volunteer experience.

We have used our wealth of experience and knowledge in the field of ethical and gap year travel, wildlife conservation and community development to ensure that we find you the perfect project. With Frontier you can be sure that you will get the best projects at the most competitive prices. You can learn a multitude of skills, discover hidden talents, challenge your preconceptions, gain qualifications and make lifelong friends.

Most of the projects mentioned here accept internships. Send an e-mail to info@amkaafrika.com  explaining your wishes and the requirements of your school counselor and we will find a suitable place for you.

Apart from the working places below, we also offer internships in the tourism industry. Tanzania has world class national parks with both the largest number and the greatest concentration of wildlife in the world, which attracts many tourists.

All safaris and Kilimanjaro trekking start from travel agencies the Arusha area. An Internship at a travel agency in this town offers:

  • Work at a tourist office, from where customers start their safaris and trekking. This means you will get experience with tourists from many different parts of the world, working with locals, insight into how the industry affects the environment and also into governmental legislation.
  • Customer service – which provides experience with linguistic challenges (English, French, German others)
  • International marketing management
  • Economics
  • Insight in ethnic differences and the influence of tourism on society
  • In addition to the work at the travel agency; you will help young learners following lessons at a local NGO.
  • Accommodation is in the house for volunteers.

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