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11 Days Tanzania Tribes /School Project

Tanzania tribes & school project

Your donation will be spent to finance a school project like renovation of the old buildings, purchase of school facilities, construction of new buildings and other improvement of school infrastructures such as water and electricity supply


Price: From US $550 (11 days) excluding voluntary project costs, flights, drinks and tips. Price includes accommodation, meals, internal transport and taxes. Prices are based on groups of 10 to 20 pax working together. For individual and smaller groups, please request for prices.
This trip combines authentic insights into rural African tribes with 5 days of project work renovating a school.

Your first 5 days will be spent with a special authentic Barbaig tribe.

The Barbaig is an off the tourist beaten track, an authentic tribe, conservative in their culture, nomadic, cattle rearing like the famous Masai, with the women still wearing locally tanned ceremonial goatskin gowns. Mix freely with this tribe, see how they sew their goatskin gowns, how they locally pound and grind maize (corn)flour, hold interviews with men and women on how the women manage sharing husbands and why. Chance marriage, circumcision, prayer rituals.

The final 5 days will be spent doing project work renovating either a Primary School or Secondary School building. At the School you manage to mix freely with the students, play football, local dances, teach in the classes, participate in all manual building activities assisted by local technicians and community.

You directly purchase all material and make payments to assistants to ensure full use of your cost donations.


Day 1:  Depart Arusha 7.00 am by Mtei Bus from the Arusha Country Bus Station for Katesh via Babati where you will be joined on the bus by a guide, arriving Katesh around 1.30 pm, late lunch, rest, sight seeing with dinner and overnight at a selected local guest house
Day 2-3: Cultural tour to Barbaig tribes
Day 4: Cultural tour to Iraqw tribe
Day 5: Cultural tour to Gorowa tribe , Lake Babati local canoeing, viewing floating hippos
Day 6-10: School Renovation Project Work
Day11: Depart for Arusha at the end of the tour

Please note our prices do not include project costs as these are voluntary, but we strongly advise that you carry ample funds as after seeing the state of the Schools you may be very compassionate and thus wish to donate more than anticipated. This has happened to most participants.

Please Note: Temporary Campsites available on own equipment basis.

Tour 16


To introduce Religious Tourists to the local Parishes and sub- Parishes.
To provide Religious tourists a chance to worship while in Tanzania on organized tours.
To provide a chance to tourist preachers to preach while in Tanzania.
To introduce religious tourists to fellow worshippers while in Tanzania.
To introduce the religious tourists to the immediate problems facing worshippers in the country
To provide a chance to religious tourists to exchange religious experiences with fellow worshippers in villages and homes.
To provide a chance to mid age and ageing religious tourists to have relaxed and morally acceptable tour programs