Accommodation

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When volunteers and or interns decide to provide services or internship with us, we do our best to ensure they have a comfortable place to stay during their time in Arusha. One option is to stay with one of our generous host families. These people will give each volunteer three meals a day, a place to wash, and to sleep after a hard day’s work. We kindly ask all volunteers and interns to provide 10 USD per day for food and accommodation.

If living with a family isn’t really your style, we also have agreements with local hotels so that our volunteers or interns can get a discounted rate.

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Arriving to Tanzania

Our project Coordinator meets all volunteers and interns at either Kilimanjaro airport or Arusha airport or Arusha bus station if volunteers decide to travel by bus from Nairobi Kenya or Dar es Salaam Tanzania.Transport from airport to host family or local hotel is 50 USD.

Importance Notice

For all information on Tanzanian visa requirements please contact your local embassy.

Permit is required to serve or work in Tanzania, Work permit of up to 2 months will cost about 200 USD for CTA (Conducting Temporary Assignment), for more than 2 months it cost 550 USD for RPC (Residence Permit Class ‘C’) and it can be extended  up to three more times. Either CTA or RPC  can be obtained after arriving Tanzania.  The following are necessary documents needed in order to obtain one of the above mentioned permit;

  1. Two original signed TIF1 forms
  2. A signed volunteer contract
  3. 6 passport photographs on a blue background
  4. A copy of your CV
  5. Copies of your academic certificates
  6. Copy of your passport (photo page)
  7. A letter of introduction/invitation from us

If you want to stay Tanzania longer than 3 months; work permit will cost about 550 USD plus an extra 100 USD for postage and processing, and can take some months to receive it. You need to get this permit before you arrive to Tanzania, we will help you to get it. The following are necessary documents needed in order to obtain the permit;

  1. Two original signed TIF1 forms
  2. A signed volunteer contract
  3. 8 passport photographs on a blue background
  4. A copy of your CV
  5. A certified copies of your academic certificates
  6. A certified copy of your passport (photo page)
  7. A certified copy of your birth certificate
  8. A letter of introduction/invitation from us

Yellow Fever vaccination is legally required for Tanzania. Please make sure you carry your yellow fever certificate while you travel. Other recommended vaccinations are Conjugate Meningococcal, Polio Hepatitis A, Malaria Tablets, and Tetanus Diphtheria Polio. Also its better you go to a travel medical clinic for professional advice before you travel.

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For further information give us a call at +255 (0) 655 965899 or write to us by click Contact Us.

 

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