On Foot Adventure Safari

The Charity, Student and Group Style Itinerary for 15 Day is a Challenging On Foot Adventures itinerary that is suitable for charity groups, students, sport groups, handicapped groups and other special group of interest. 
With the world of travel and adventure catering so well for discount student flights these days, exciting destinations are truly opening up for students. In Tanzania the exotic island of Zanzibar, the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro or the treeless plains of the Serengeti are the ideal base for itineraries for international students and groups. We offer school, college and university student groups a unique opportunity for two cultures to interact and for the group to do some hands on work. Our itineraries provide the right mixture of adventure and education and make a logical choice for team building, cultural exchanges and community project work. We put together interesting and challenging itineraries to satisfy the mental and physical needs of globetrotting students within streamlined budgets. Cultural Tourism is strong in the student sector and lengthy stays in tribal situations can also be arranged. Our experience working with the logistics of group travel allow us to assist you to make all transitions smoothly. Safety is paramount in all activities and thus risk assessment and contingency planning are an integral part of our organization. Our trips offer an incredible opportunity for any student and offer unbelievable variety of experience. The memories will last for a lifetime!
Day 1: Safari to Arusha
Arrive into JRO and transfer to accommodation for itinerary briefing,
Day 2: Safari to Arusha
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast today before setting off on the beginning of our cultural experience. We explore the town centre before participating in Swahili language lessons and learning about Cultural Rites of Passage. Return to the lodge late afternoon for swimming and relaxation before dinner.
Out post lodge  (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 3: Safari to Machame village walk
another culture-filled day mixed with a community feel as we head to the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro for the Machame Cultural Tourism Program. We are met by successful women’s groups and take a tour of the local market and cheese factory followed by a traditional Chagga lunch. Hopefully we will also be blessed with a view of Africa’s highest mountain – and the ‘Snows of Kilimanjaro’.
Out post Lodge  (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 4: Safari to Tarangire
After an early morning breakfast, the game viewing section of itinerary begins with a transfer to Tarangire for flora and fauna field experiences and an afternoon of Wilderness Walking with a local guide. We arrive late afternoon to our tented camp.
MARAMBOI TENTED CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 5: Safari to Serengeti
Drive off across the natural migration path of the inhabitants of Tarangire towards the Crater Highlands after breakfast, and climb the escarpment to be met with a sweeping view across the Great Rift Valley. We continue on to Oldupai Gorge for an archaeological tale of the Cradle of Mankind and a lunch box before game driving to our campsite in the Central Serengeti. We have a BBQ of goat for those who dare and an evening of stories around the campfire.
NYANI CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 6: Safari to Serengeti
After waking up at sunset and enjoying a quick breakfast, we begin game driving from the camp exit in search of early morning predator activity around the kopjes. The dew on the long grasses attracts a vast array of mammals and birdlife and the coolness of the early morning keeps them content for us to stare in awe of the intrinsic behaviors. We return to the camp for lunch and a midday rest before setting off again in the afternoon to the hippo pool or acacia woodland or nearby water sources.
NYANI CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 7: Safari to Ngorongoro Crater
Explore the Gol Plains after breakfast en-route to the Crater Highlands. We arrive to our camp for a hot lunch before taking a Wilderness Walk with a Maasai guide to learn the wonders of this area, returning in time for a sunset to remain forever in your memory.
SIMBA CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 8: Safari to Lake Eyasi
Enter the crater early morning to take full advantage of the approximate 120 species of mammals over 200 species of birdlife and variations of natural habitats. We venture around the entire floor before arriving to our lunch spot lakeside. We depart early afternoon for the scenic transfer to Lake Eyasi – home of the Hadzabe tribe.
CHEM CHEM SPRING CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 9: Safari to Lake Eyasi
Before sunrise we wake to go hunting with the Hadzabe ‘Bushmen’ – a strenuous task as we walk miles in search of small mammals with our bow and poison arrows. We return mid-morning with our ‘hunter-gatherer’ wares and enjoy a well-deserved brunch at the camp. A rest follows and then we are able to sit with the village elders and discuss the current issues of the area and exchange cultural tales.
CHEM CHEM SPRING CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 10: Safari to Lake Manyara
We say good bye to our ‘Bushmen’ friends and return the Rift Valley floor of Lake Manyara. En-route we enjoy a lunch box and then enter Lake Manyara for an afternoon of game driving the shores of this soda lake. Our camp is 5 minutes from the National Park gate and we arrive there late afternoon for swimming and relaxation before indulging in a delicious camp meal.
TWIGA CAMP (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 11: Safari to Arusha
We enjoy a relaxed morning around the camp and a quick transfer back to Arusha where we check back into our lodge before lunch. A free afternoon follows in which you can visit the local crafts markets, restaurants or museum.
Out post lodge (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 12: Safari to Mount Meru
Today the cultural exchange continues as we enter the tribe of Meru people on the slopes of Mt Meru. We learn local farming techniques as well as the harvesting process of coffee; following the process until we grind and boil a brew for ourselves. A traditional lunch follows before continuing on to Lake Duluti for a couple of hours of bird and reptile watching from our canoes as we paddle the circumference of the lake.
Outpost Lodge (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 13: Shopping day in Arusha
A free morning for last minute gift shopping and packing is on the menu after breakfast. As part of our farewell ceremony we partake in an evening of ‘kanga’ giving and traditional cooking classes before enjoying the Arusha nightlife – guides still on hand for assistance.
Out post lodge (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 14: Safari to Masai Village
A slower morning precedes a visit to Ilkurot ‘Maasai’ Village where we take a tour of the school and assist in serving the children their daily porridge. We sing and dance with the children before being entertained ourselves by the morani (warriors) – dressed in their stunning cloth and beadwork. We return to the hotel late afternoon for resting before enjoying our last evening where we are free to sample the local cuisine ourselves.
Out post Lodge (Breakfast, Lunch)
Day 15: Depart to JRO
this morning we have an adventure de-briefing followed by transfer to your Arusha departure point or JRO for your travel beyond.
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 Karibu Sana!

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