Wildlife volunteering in Tanzania

August 19th, 2009 | by Nick |

Spend up to ten weeks in Tanzania working as a wildlife volunteer. The first week kicks off with lessons from a Maasai on language and culture. Then spend weeks living in a Maasai village where you will undertake vital conservation (mostly wildlife conservation) work on behalf of the African Wildlife Foundation, in an area often referred to as the Mini Serengeti due to its high abundance of wildlife. More info from Green force

Note 10 weeks costs £2,600 including:

Volunteers are invited to a ‘Meet Your Team’ briefing day and BBQ in central London to meet other volunteers on the same project.
• Participants are always met at the airport by a Greenforce staff member then dropped off.
• Welcome and Safety briefing
• All meals and accommodation during the 3 – 10 weeks.
• 3-4 days in the Greenforce house in Arusha – including safety briefing and Maasai lessons
• Science and wildlife identification training on camp. Tracking skills. English Teaching. Wildlife surveys.
• Transport to Dar-Es-Salaam. Return ferry to Zanzibar. Hotel in Stone Town for one night. Three nights in Kendwa Rocks beach resort, meals included.

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