At Perfect Vision Women Tanzania, we believe that all living beings deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. That’s why we offer a variety of animal welfare volunteer opportunities in Tanzania.
As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work with a variety of animals, including domestic animals, and those living in conservation and rehabilitation centers. You can assist with animal care, feeding, and enrichment activities, as well as help with conservation efforts such as monitoring and data collection.
In addition to working directly with animals, volunteers also have the opportunity to educate local communities about animal welfare and conservation. You can participate in community outreach programs, help to raise awareness and educate people about the importance of protecting animals and their habitats.
Not only will you be making a positive impact on the lives of animals in Tanzania, but you will also gain valuable experience in the animal welfare and conservation field while working in a different cultural context.
During the weekend you will get a to do game drives with a lion, elephant and rhino to climb the tallest freestanding mountain in the world and visit Africa’s ancient tribes – Tanzania offers some of the most awe-inspiring travel opportunities on the planet.
We believe that no volunteer adventure would be complete without experiencing these wonders. That’s why we offer safaris, guided hikes and other tours, exclusively available to volunteers as affordable add-ons. And each 10% of the safari cost goes to support the local community and children in the School.
While Volunteering in Tanzania with us as a Teacher in our children school in Tanzania you can do Day trips to National Parks as well as move of the city to explore other cities
While Volunteering in Tanzania with us as a Teacher in our children school in Tanzania you can do Mountain Climbing
On the first day of the volunteering placement, you will be escorted to the project by our local staff and introduced to the staff at the project you will be working with.
Work and hours are dependent on the project and placement that each volunteer is working at. A typical volunteer day would be as follows:
7:30 AM Breakfast at the volunteer house or homestay.
8:00 AM Volunteers leave home and travel to their placements. Work and hours are dependent on the project and placement that each volunteer is working at.
2:00 – 5:00 PM Work at the placement usually ends. Volunteers are free to travel home for lunch at their accommodation, prepare for the next day or do some shopping and sightseeing.
8:30 PM Dinner at the volunteer house or homestay
Tanzania is a wildlife lover’s dream. In your free time you can venture out on a safari and see Africa’s Big 5 – lions, elephants, buffalo, leopards and rhino – as well as the mind-blowing number of other species that call Tanzania home.
In Arusha itself you can find great markets, take a few days to hike up the nearby Mt Meru, or learn about the Maasai and Meru tribes of the area. You can also take take a short flight down to Zanzibar for a weekend of sun and sandy beaches or save some time before or after your program to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.