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Volunteer in Tanzania
The northern region of Tanzanian areas of Moshi and Arusha is where you want to be if you want to see big game (wild animals), visit Serengeti National Park, the world’s largest concentration of wild animals in one place, experience a cool climate, climb mount Kilimanjaro, and interact with indigenous Masai people of East Africa.
The International Volunteer Travel volunteer abroad opportunities in Moshi and the coastal city of Dar es Salaam include teaching volunteer work; working with Children; Health care, Public Health, Community and Cultural Programs, Nature and Environment, Adult Education, and HIV and AIDS voluntary service.
Tanzania Volunteer Projects
The Application Process
Questions and Other Information
To access more information on any aspect of our West African programs in Tanzania please click on any link on the left or top links bars. For answers to your questions not provided on the link pages, please go to the page on Frequently Asked Questions.
Tanzania Program Highlights
Location: Moshi city and surrounding areas.
Length of Program: 1 to 24 weeks.
Starting Dates: 1st and 3rd Thursday of every Month; Plan to arrive the day before.
Airport Arrival Time:Preferably by 4:00 PM
Accommodation, & Meals: Special volunteer house or carefully selected Tanzanian households; 3 Tanzanian meals provided per day.
Transport to Project: Most projects within walking distance otherwise cost will normally not exceed USD 0.50 per day.
Schedule: Mondays to Fridays. 3 to 6 hours daily (10 to 20 hours weekly).
Program Costs: You can also access the Tanzania program fees by clinking here.
Language Requirement: Basic Swahili strongly encouraged but not required; working knowledge of English required. International volunteers and interns can sign up for the Language and culture program or the Swahili Study Abroad program to acquire basic to advanced knowledge skills.