10 Weeks in Tanzania: Business Internship + Dar es Salaam + Zanzibar

Program Details

  • Date

     October 9, 2014

  • Departing

     3 April, 3 July, 4 Sept 2017
    4 Jan, 5 April, 2 July, 3 Sept 2018

  • Price

    Up to 31.8.18
     £2067 - 6 weeks
     £2955 - 10 weeks
    (Currency Converter)

  • Best For

     Tanzania, Career Opportunities, Programs

  • Availability

     Spaces left.

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I have absolutely loved my time in Tanzania with the Leap. The staff have been incredible welcoming and friendly, And with them here the trip has been so much fun! Thanks for such a wonderful time.
Emily Haggett
Emily Haggett
Leaper Alumni

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Your Itinerary

What you'll do and where you'll go, from the day you arrive until you hop on a plane back home.
  • Day 1 Arusha
    You’ll fly in over the glistening frozen peaks of Kilimanjaro (pray for a clear day) before stepping out into a wave of equatorial heat. A day or 2 of settling in and exploring our backpacker highlights.
  • Day 3 Good Earth Tours
    A small travel company with clients from Europe and the USA. Here you will help with the planning and organizing of safari itineraries, liaising with local agents and camps plus general office administration for 3 or 5 days a week while in Arusha. The other days can be spent on school development projects.
  • Day 21 Lake Manyara
    A little treat - travel north to Lake Manyara – spaning 330 sq km, with lush forests and open grasslands surrounding a giant salt-water lake and home to flocks of vivid pink flamingos. Here you’ll be treated to a day’s safari.
  • Day 23 Amani Orphanage
    You can either whizz back to town to carry on working or mix it up a bit by staying at the Amani Orphanage, home to 40 kids who need help with the renovation of their home while messing about with impromptu football matches and general TLC.
  • Day 28 Good Earth Tours
    Back to the Good Earth Tours for another 3 weeks.
  • Day 56 Dar Es Salaam
    As a complete contrast you are perfectly placed to head west to Dar - huge, hot, humid and boasting rich Swahili culture – here you’ll feel a world away from the bush and have a chance to experience helping in a local school.
  • Day 57 Montessori School
    This school rely’s on private funds and local manpower to keep it going. Here you will roll up your sleeves to help with renovations, planting trees and watering plants to reduce dust and eye infections.
  • Day 65 Zanzibar Adventure
    An optional extra (see backpacker favourites) - hop over to Zanzibar Island for a few days where you can kick back on the beaches, strap on a snorkel to track down a turtle or head to the spice market of capital Stone Town.
  • Day 70 Dar Es Salaam
    Nip back to the mainland to catch your flight home or to carry on with a spot of independent travel.

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