Tanzania is a favourite destination for gap year students who crave adventure because of the wide variety of activities on offer. The country is home to Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, the exotic spice islands and white, sandy beaches of Zanzibar archipelago and home to one of the largest wildlife populations in the world. This is complimeted by the warm and welcoming Tanzanians, despite the hardships they face on a daily basis.
- Building and renovating houses for the elderly
- Coastal and environmental conservation
- Digging boreholes for elephants and erecting elephant deterrent fences
- Helping Africa families with crop production and animal husbandry
- Interactive sports sessions with schools and the local community
- Making desks and refurbishing schools
- Support African teachers to educate pupils in rural schools
- Wildlife, conservation and environmental projects, tree planting, mangrove restoration and seaweed harvesting
Camp Tanzania Video
What Will I Do?
Support a small coastal village by working on a range of sustainable marine projects such as seaweed farming and boat building. Also help improve school facilities.
In Tanzania, structured sports education and inter-schools competition is virtually non-existent due to a lack of resources and time.