Explore Zimbabwe through volunteering, internships and study abroad

Tiritose Sustainable Travel


Tiritose is a non-profit organisation facilitating in-bound ethical volunteering, professionally rewarding internships, faculty-led educational tours as well as service learning programmes in Zimbabwe. There are several ways to get involved with us - whether you are fresh out of school and need work experience abroad (internship), or you are a seasoned professional taking a career break and want to lend a hand abroad (volunteering), or part of a school looking to spend from 2 weeks to a semester abroad. There are three primary service fields; namely, conservation, healthcare, and education. These service fields have a total of twelve programmes between them, each with a different focus, learning outcome, and impact. Tiritose provides accommodation and tours around Zimbabwe to volunteers, interns and visiting groups. Our aim is to bring people together of all ages from different backgrounds with different perspectives to start a dialogue. At Tiritose ‘we build together’!


194 bairnes avenue


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Yes, I recommend this program

Harare may not be the first gap year destination on your mind, but I have been blown away during my time here. It is a beautiful country, with the best climate I’ve experienced yet and the friendliest people. I was welcomed into a local Zimbabwean company for a month as I worked on the launch of an airline. I even extended my flights to stay longer as I was given the opportunity to work on a women’s health project. From visiting the Victoria Falls, to volunteering at a children’s home, to befriending some wonderful people, to seeing the Big Five up close, to my weekly attendance at an African Dance fitness class to fully immersing myself into Harare nightlife, I would recommend this experience to anyone. It has been such a fantastic start to my gap year adventure and a trip I will remember for years to come.

What would you improve about this program?
More organised team excursions - but this would obviously be easier with more volunteers / interns. I appreciate two is a small number!


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