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Tanzania

Tanzania is full of welcoming and friendly locals, so it's best to return the favour hence we will help you to brush up on Tanzanian culture and traditions before you go. Not only will you show respect to the locals, but you'll get a much more authentic insight into the culture of this wonderful country. Greeting one person and ignoring the rest is considered impolite. In some more isolated tribes, greeting an older person is often followed by a bow; however, most volunteers that head to these tribes are well filled in first on local customs.  There is real poverty in Tanzania and you will soon realize that you are far richer and more fortunate than most local people you meet. You will probably attract your fair share of souvenir hawkers and beggars, but try and take the time to meet ordinary people going about their day to day business too. The experience will be worth it. Don't be afraid to step out of your house, just take some precautions.

Weather in Tanzania

The climate is tropical and coastal areas are hot and humid, while the northwestern highlands are cool and temperate. There are two rainy seasons; the short rains are generally from October to December, while the long rains last from March to June. The central plateau tends to be dry and arid throughout the year

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 PROGRAMS IN TANZANIA

  • Date of commencement - all year round! 

  • Duration of program - 2 weeks to 1 year! You can join us anytime.

  • Age - 15 years and above

  • Program location/language - Dar Es Salaam(Swahili  ) Arusha(Swahili)  Mwanza( Swahili)

ACTVITIES:

  • Official language - English 

  • Visa - Visa/vaccines required

  • Currency -Tanzanian shilling 

  • Accommodation - Host families / Volunteers homes. You share room with no family member

  • Food - local food / Vegetarian 

  • Sight seeing - Free weekend sight seeing

  • Airport pick up - We pick you up at the airport

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Family program

Family volunteering enables families with children to join volunteer projects. This way they they can share the volunteer experience and help the community or the environment together with their loved ones by their side. Volunteering is the act of dedicating time to a project that is focused on improving the circumstances of a community or the environment.

Combo program

STAESA’s combo volunteering program allows you to explore so many countries in Africa while impacting lives and  immersing oneself in the unique culture of Africa. You as individual or with your family or with your friends can choose to volunteer in more than two countries and still pay very less program fees.  Together with our volunteers we design the program. 

My Gap year

STAESA’s Gap year volunteer program is a semester or full year academics break while pursuing experiential  learning  that equips you with valuable life skills and encourages personal development . This program enables you to discover yourself and consider what kind of education or carrier you want to pursue, while having a positive impact on the people you meet. 

Group program

STAESA’s group volunteering involves activity as a group, whether with friends, family, colleagues. acquaintances or companies. Our program involves a specific new project with a set time frame, or  with our ongoing commitment. At the end of the program you will build upon your personal relationship with people, networking, brainstorming. getting things done.