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Intergenerational Tanzania Safari & Culture Tour

Intergenerational Tanzania Safari & Culture Tour

Price From: 4,553 USD

Overview

Operator: TourMagination

Price From:  4,553 USD

Ideal Age Range: Suitable for Children (under 15), High School (15 to 18), 19 to 30, 31 to 50, Over 51

Fitness Needs: Moderately Fit

Program duration: 11 days

Trip Dates: 29-06-2019

Travel with your family to learn about some of the peoples, landscapes, and wildlife of Tanzania. This faith-based tour with TourMagination will fulfill your love for adventure, wildlife, natural beauty and giving back to local communities.  

Experience the thrill of seeing elephants, wildebeest, zebras, giraffes, lions, cheetahs and other incredible African animals on game drives in three of the country’s best game parks! 

Enjoy a guided nature walk in Tarangire National Park. Interact with Tanzanians during visits to some NGOs including the Cheche Community Library which serves Maasai children. Shop at the Shanga Social Enterprise—a community project that employs people with disabilities to create high-quality décor, jewelry, and glassware from recycled materials. Explore banana and coffee plantations and tour the Chagga and Maasai Museum to learn about these Tanzanian cultures.

This TourMagination tour was developed in collaboration with a local tour provider in Tanzania that gives back to its community economically and through charitable projects.

Photo credit: Roberto, Savannah Explorers

Itinerary

Itinerary

Day 1 | June 29 | Kilimanjaro

Arrive in Tanzania. 

Transfer from Kilimanjaro airport to Marangu. 

Tonight, enjoy dinner with your fellow travellers and learn about the coming days.

Day 2 | June 30 | Kilimanjaro

Explore the breathtaking views and scenery as you walk along narrow paths to the Marangu waterfalls. Explore the banana and coffee plantations, as well as learn about the Tanzanian cultures of the Chagga and Maasai at a museum.

Day 3 | July 1 | Tarangire

Today, make your way from Kilimanjaro to Tarangire National Park. Admire baobab trees while exploring this region named for the river that crosses the park and provides nourishing water to the animals who call this area home. 

Day 4 | July 2 | Tarangire

Today, enjoy an exciting game drive in Tarangire Park. Watch for giraffes, wildebeest, zebras, lions, cheetahs, leopards and much more, including elephants!

Day 5 | July 3 | Lake Manyara

Head out on your second game drive of the tour in stunning Lake Manyara National Park, known for its ash lake, tree-climbing lions, and flamingos!

Day 6 | July 4 | Ngorongoro

Today is an exciting day as you enter the Ngorongoro Crater for another thrilling safari. The crater is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the largest intact volcanic crater in the world. Spanning 10 miles wide with towering 2000 foot highwalls, the crater shelters an estimated 30,000 animals. Species include hyenas, lions, wildebeest, cheetah, and much more!

Day 7 | July 5 | Karatu

Visit with nuns at the St. Catharine monastery today. The monastery is where Christians lend a hand through contributing solutions for local people in need. 

This afternoon, see a local school and visit the market. 

Day 8 | July 6 | Monduli

Meet with local people in Monduli Village and also meet the leaders that run a library project, the Cheche Community Library. The project was started by a Canadian Mennonite, and directly benefits Maasai children. 

You will then make your way to Arusha. 

Day 9 | July 7 | Arusha

Attend a local Mennonite church service and visit Shanga Social Enterprise - a community project that provides employment to people with disabilities and hires them to create quality jewelry, decor, and glassware. 

Day 10 | July 8 | Arusha

Your final day in Tanzania will be spent visiting a micro-loan supported agricultural projects that make a difference in the lives of local people. 

Day 11 | July 9 | Departure

You will be transferred today to the Kilimanjaro airport to board your return flight home. Head home with full hearts and new friends. 

Country Fast Facts

Country Fast Facts

Tanzania

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Continent: Africa
Official Language(s) Swahili, English
Capital: Dodoma
Population 51,820,000 (2014 estimate)
Climate(s) Equatorial, Monsoon, Tropical Savanna, Warm Desert, Warm Semi-arid, Humid subtropical, Temperate Oceanic, Temperate Mediterranean
Major Airport(s): Dar es Salaam (DAR), Kilimanjaro (JRO), Zanzibar (ZNZ)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Mining, Energy, Trade

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