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Free Time- Moshi & Arusha

Are you wondering if you will be able to travel while volunteering in Tanzania? Do you know Serengeti in Tanzania is one of the world’s most visited wildlife parks and you can visit while volunteering there? Our Tanzania volunteering programs are designed to allow you to explore and enjoy every bit of your time in the country.

You will be working for 4-5 hours from Monday to Friday, leaving you plenty of free time in the mornings and in the evenings to spend by visiting and exploring the natural and cultural diversities of Tanzania.

Our volunteer projects are located in the city of Moshi and Arusha in Tanzania. During your free time you get to experience and explore Tanzania’s exotic wildlife, rich culture, and world class beaches. Tanzania is one of the best destinations for travelers to get closer and experience the distinct lifestyle like nowhere else in the world. All these exciting sites and activities available to you in Tanzania will mesmerize you and leave you with life-long memories.

Weekend Exploration

While participating in volunteer opportunities in Tanzania, you will be working for 5 days in a week from Monday to Friday. You get 2 days off in a week, which you can spend by visiting the places of natural and cultural significance in Tanzania.

There are plenty of tourist attractions in Tanzania for everyone to experience and admire. Tanzania is a Swahili paradise, land of safaris, fascinating cultures, idyllic beaches, Mt. Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar Archipelago. Tanzania has all these and much more to offer in the weekends

Katavi National Park

Katavi National Park is Tanzania’s third-largest national park.  It is less frequented area and has one of its most unspoiled wildernesses. This is one of the best places for getting wildlife experience during your weekends in Tanzania volunteer opportunities program.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is one of the greatest wildlife watching destinations on earth.  An excellent place to observe the predators hunting across open plains, and also one can watch the epic migration of animals in millions. This is the place you should ideally visit in the weekends while participating in volunteer programs in Tanzania.

Ol Doinyo Lengai

This a volcano in Crater Higlands revered as Mountain God in the Maasai langauge. Standing tall at 2878m it presents a conical sight with steep sides rising to a small, flat-topped peak with hot steam vents and ash cones. A spectacular mountain for paying a visit during the weekends, while volunteering in Tanzania, and get an experience of a lifetime.

Empakaai Crater

Empakaai Crater is both a crater and Lake-filled beauty of Tanzania. This beautiful crater draws flamingos and other water birds towards its lake to quench their thirst. This very place is surrounded by steep-sided, forested cliffs at least 300m high. Be here during the weekends to get the view from the crater rim and make your Tanzania volunteering experience a memorable encounter while volunteering in Tanzania programs.

Other interesting places to visit during your weekend are:

Visit the Gombe National Park to get hold of Tanzania's smallest national park.
Be at the Rubondo Island National Park to watch the sublime lakeshore scenery
Spend time at the Misali Island to try hands on snorkeling and watch nesting turtles.
Visit the Ngorongoro Crater to catch a glimpse of the largest unbroken crater.

Volunteering Opportunities in Tanzania

Global Crossroad arranges many different volunteering projects in Tanzania. You can
work provide healthcare,
teaching English,
volunteering with HIV/AIDS victims,
volunteering in an orphanage,
computer teaching project,
women empowerment project and much more. 
Contact Global Crossroad today to learn more!