A Program of the National Peace Corps Association
NPCA’s Next Step Travel program provides itineraries that combine unparalleled local access, cultural immersion, and non-extreme adventure, all with the unique Peace Corps perspective that makes every exploration with us truly exceptional.
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Tanzania Safari in the Summer
Kick off your summer with an unforgettable 9-day safari adventure through Tanzania’s iconic savanna and wildlife havens — Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Serengeti National Park Safari — with Access2Tanzania from June 8-16.
The expedition will also include a breathtaking trek to a 150-meter waterfall, an exploration of the Elephant Cave Walk in Karatu, and a Rural Village visit, where you’ll engage in local life, share a meal with a Tanzanian family, and discover local markets with your professional guides. Be prepared to be welcomed with a warm “Karibu” everywhere you go, and you can express your appreciation with a heartfelt “Asante.” Traverse these beautiful landscapes with full-time professional guides and private vehicles. Reserve your spot with Access2Tanzania today and start planning your journey, crafted through a Peace Corps community lens.
Join us on this safari expedition for just $4,025.00 USD per person. (Based on double occupancy rooms, a single supplement is available for an additional $755.)
As a special initiative, Access2Tanzania, founded by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs), will donate 10% of the total cost to the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA), for every safari package booked through this form.
Don’t miss out on this unforgettable adventure! Register before the March 15, 2024 deadline to secure your spot and embark on a journey crafted through the lens of the Peace Corps community.
The registration deadline for this trip is March 15, 2024. Secure your spot!
Reserve your spot today with Access2Tanzania today and start planning your journey, crafted with a Peace Corps Community perspective.