Want to have an amazing holiday and contribute to a vulnerable community at the same time?
During this The Best of Tanzanian itinerary you’ll make an impact and get the chance to be a part of something much bigger than your everyday bubble.
You’ll have a bloomin’ good time too.
Not just because the kids and teachers you’ll meet will make you feel like a balloon’s been blown up inside you, but also because you’ll trek to the top of Mount Meru, visit the biggest unbroken caldera on earth and see some of the world’s most wonderful wildlife – all in two beautiful weeks.
Give your mind the stimulation it’s craving and break down social barriers by spending two days getting involved at a local school; painting classrooms, playing with the gorgeous children and helping out where you can.
It’ll be hard to say goodbye but the drive from Moshi to Momela Gate will make it easier since you could see elephants, zebras, giraffes, monkeys and antelope along the way.
Then spend the next four days trekking through saddles and along ridges for spectacular views of the Meru Crater and the impressive Ash Cone. You’ll even reach a mountain summit on your first day’s trek, with incredible sunset views from the top of Little Meru up at 3,820m.
It wouldn’t be a trip to Tanzania without taking in Mount Kilimanjaro in all her majestic glory either, and you’ll never forget the views you’ll get of her during your climb to the summit of Mount Meru.
After you’ve made the incredible achievement of reaching the summit up at 4,566m, you’ll descend through open grasslands and mixed forest before being transferred to one of Tanzania’s best kept safari secrets: Tarangire National Park.
Top it all off with a trip to the Ngorongoro Crater and you’ll feel well and truly ready for a final rest day back in Moshi.
As if there wasn’t already enough packed into this once in a lifetime trip you will finish off with three days of complete relaxation on famous Island of Zanzibar. Relax on the beautiful beaches with a fresh coconut water and you might just have found heaven.
Looking for the best way to truly immerse yourself in East Africa’s rich culture? You’ve definitely just found it. Pack your paintbrush, don those walking boots, don’t forget your sunnies, and we’ll see you there.