Camp Tanzania Tanga 2 Weeks
Camp Tanga is a coastal paradise with lush palm trees and warm sea breezes. Located alongside a local community, you'll really make a difference to their lives during your short stay in Tanzania. Get stuck in to building homes for vulnerable families for a hugely rewarding project. Work on environmental workshops, educating local school children on the importance of recycling. Clean the beaches and take part in our flip-flop recycling initiative. Chill out and soak up the laid back vibes of Tanga Town, relax on the beach or explore the local beach bars. Two weeks in Tanzania will leave you wanting more of this amazing country.
Camp Tanzania Tanga 2 Weeks
The impact you will make
School & Housing Improvement (Tanga)
This traditional fishing community suffers from high levels of unemployment and a lack of funding for local schools, forcing children to walk many miles each day just to get an education. You will help by building or renovating school buildings to create inspirational and stimulating learning resources, as well as building sustainable housing for needy families.
What people say
Camp Tanga is located in the coastal village of Boma Subutuni and is less than 5 metres from the beach, offering you a peaceful, beautiful location to chill out and lap up the warm ocean breeze and breathtaking views of the tropical Indian Ocean. One word. Bliss!
Location: 500 km (7-8 hours drive) from Kilimanjaro Airport
Accommodation: Tents with comfy mattresses & bedding. Modern toilets & sinks, bucket showers
Power: Generator (between 18:00 – 22:00). British 3 pin power sockets
Phone Signal: Intermittent
Meals: Three healthy, well balanced and tasty meals a day e.g. toast, cereal, and omelette for breakfast; rice, stew/curry with veg for lunch/dinner & fruit
Signature dish: Chapati & Chicken stew. Even learn how to make your own chapatis!
Social: Beach games, Camp fire, gift shops & drink area
One of the welcoming faces you will see at the airport when you arrive and possibly half way up a mountain, when you think you can’t go any further. Gladys is one of few female guides in Africa, a real character and all round super woman.
Day to day - Sample itinerary
You arrive into Kilimanjaro Airport where you will be met by a member of our local team and transferred to your overnight hotel in Moshi (approx. 45mins). You can spend the evening relaxing with your group before we set off for Camp Tanga in the morning.
Camp Tanga arrival
Today we head off on the epic road trip to Camp Tanga! This journey takes approx. 7-8 hrs and we highly recommend a good playlist to accompany the scenic journey views. Upon arrival you will be met by our legendary camp staff who will show you around your new beach side home!
You and your group will be given an overview of the work that needs to be done and the projects that you will be getting involved in. We start work in the afternoon and over the next few days you will be helping with a home building/renovation project for vulnerable families and elderly members of the community.
You will work in a local school today where you will have the opportunity to teach English and play sports and games with the children.
Chill out day
Today is a chance to relax! We will take you to a lovely nearby restaurant for food, drinks and a chance to swim in the pool or ocean. You can also book snorkelling, kayaking.
Community and marine conservation projects
Back to projects! We will continue with the community housing enterprise but you will also get involved in environmental awareness workshops, including educating locals on recycling initiatives.
Back to work at the local school.
Chill out day in Tanga town
Visit the local market, buy souvenirs or just spend some time chilling out in one of the beach hotels.
A day to work alongside local families and immerse yourself in their day to day lives.
We will say our goodbyes and get you back to Kilimanjaro Airport.
Top up your trip
Add some extra adventure to your time in Tanzania. All our top ups are bookable through our friendly travel advisors.
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