This is an expedition featured on many schools bucket lists!
With its extra-ordinary positioning, this incredible country ranges from dazzling coastline (the Indian Ocean) to the rugged Great Rift Valley, filled with vast lakes, volcanoes and sweeping savannahs, but keep an eye out as the lions, elephants and Rhino’s run freely.
Why not challenge your students to trek up Mount Meru (4,895m) or the highest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro (a whopping 5,895m).
The locals make any trip special - they are colourful, friendly, inquisitive and always smiling.
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Visiting Tarangire National Park
Working on a community project
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 0m - 5,985m
Visa - Visa required either tourist or business and a minimum 6 months on passport on arrival
Capital - Domoa
Official Language - Swahili and English
Population - 47.7 million
Climate - Tropical climate, rarely falls below 20°c. Hottest season is November - February and coolest is May - August.
Religion - Islam and Christianity
Currency - Tanzanian Shilling