Plan a Gap Year to Tanzania

Tanzania gap year

On a structured program you could help education and community initiatives. If you are a qualified teacher you could join a summer break in Tanzania, this is a great way to use your break to make a difference use your teaching skills to help children. Sports coaching is very popular too, local people love football and you can help coach at schools and in local communities. Participating is not only a lot of fun and rewarding, but its a good opportunity to explore and see more of Tanzania as usually you work during the week then have weeknd free.

You will find the majority gap year programs in Tanzania will require you to be aged 18+ and have a positive and flexible attitude but there are also summer taster trips for 16 and 17 year olds which can be arrange with large international sending agencies. Some programs include local NGO's and charities might require you to pay a fee or donation, this usually include meals, transport and accommodation. Most packages are small group with a blend of international travellers of all ages from all over the world.

Some placements are in rural or rustic conditions, always research options before applying to see if they are right for you.


Best Things to Do on a Gap Year in Tanzania