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School trips & visits to Tanzania

Herd your students to Tanzania and they’ll witness the big 5, Mount Kilimanjaro and the wildest of the wild, with the largest concentration of wildlife per square km, your students are guaranteed a wildebeest or two! Your students will discover tribes, traditions and customs on a culture crash course! That's one ‘Kila’ trip!

School trip itinerary to Tanzania

Going wild for Tanzania? We thought you might be, that’s why we’ve pulled together the perfect educational itinerary for your next study trip. Don’t forget we tailor-make our educational tours to suit your students.

Day 1 - 3

After a long journey, your group will arrive in Arusha, the grassy plains of Northern Tanzania. Upon arrival, your group will transfer to their perfectly located accommodation. Days will consist of a guided tour of this safari capital, passing Africa’s highest peak: Mt. Kilimanjaro. Your local guide will give you a tour of the local Maasai village as students are submerged in culture.

Day 4 - 6

Your students will be travelling to the Serengeti National Park. You’ll drive through the park searching for the Big 5 and spotting the most famous African wildlife. In the evenings your group will enjoy campfires before retiring to their beds. Your group will also be heading over to the Ngronogoro Crater, a spot perfect for inspiring geography students! Students will descend the crater walls and enjoy game viewing before returning back to Arusha.

Day 7 – 15

Your group will arrive in Moshi and start the Marangu Route as they descend Mt. Kilimanjaro. Your group will lay their heads in mountain huts and cook food with their guide. Your group will head for the clouds again as they catch their flight home on day 15.

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