Tanzania Volunteering Projects-Dar-es-Salaam and Arusha

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Zanzibar women wearing Khanga
Zanzibar women wearing Khanga
Arusha Teaching and Education Project
Building Project in Dar-es-Salaam
Building Project in Dar-es-Salaam


Baobab Volunteering Services offer short-term volunteering opportunity to Tanzania in the great cities of Dar-es-Salaam & Zanzibar and Arusha & Kilimanjaro Area combined with optional tourism adventure for individuals, small groups, corporate, churches, high school and universities. We offer highly professional and experienced services.

Areas of services in great demand include Medical & Health, Community Development, Children, Education, Agriculture & Forestry, Animal, Environment, Conservation, Advocacy, Women and Orphanages. We will be glad to match you to where your skills and time will be more valuable and make a positive impact, we provide arrangements for travel, orientation, airport pick and all information you need to have a positive and unforgettable experience in Tanzania.

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Fantastic Experience!

Baobab Volunteering Services is phenomenon, I went to Arusha with my daughter, the trip plan, arrangements and accommodations in the hostels were great! After volunteering for a week in the kindergarten and an orphanage, the experience with the kids and teachers was wonderful. Daughter is a changed person, she now sees the world through a completely different lens, she is not wasteful any more and luckily, she appreciates for everything we have here in USA. The tours were unforgettable, we went to Ngorongoro Crater, this is one of the wonders of the world, all species of animals in one place, the driving and picnics was fabulous, and the price was very reasonable for 2 days and one night. Basically, everything went smoothly as planned and we'd few good surprises. I recommend everybody who wants to go to Tanzania, Kenya or Uganda, these guys are native there and know hospitality. Research before you use these companies, many are there for the buck, once you pay you are on your own. We are planning to go again in a church group next season, and our plan is once every year.

What would you improve about this program?
I wish the Cultural Orientation Session was longer, but it was very helpful and informative, other people from other organization went on a 3 to 4 days cultural shock and we were to calm them down because of the orientation we got.