Take one of our Tanzania Educational Tours and Experience the “Best of Both Worlds”

Masai tribe of warriors jumping with spears in Tanzania, AfricaYou can’t help but get an education when you travel in Africa, but you may learn even more on a trip led by expert guides like the ones from Paramount Safaris.
Our experienced tour leaders provide educational insights into the rich wildlife of Tanzania, the unique history of the island of Zanzibar including Stone Town, and an in-depth look at African cultures like the Masai (pictured on the left).

Paramount Safaris offers multigenerational tours that cater to all ages from grandparents to grand kids. We also offer educational tours aimed at participants age 50 and older. Trips can include a Tanzania safari that stops at game reserves and pays a visit to a Masai village. Or a day hike into an off-the-beaten-path area and learning about the wildlife that inhabits it. Other programs include a wildlife tour of the Serengeti, a natural history safari of Ngorongoro Crater, or a voyage on Lake Manyara to learn about its wildlife. There is fauna and flora to explore on just about every inch of Tanzania. For instance, a Selous trip features bush walks, hands-on visits with elephants, and the chance to meet schoolchildren and teachers in Arusha.

On an educational trip we take the opportunity to meet people from various walks of life, build relationships and learn about the Tanzanian society.  We talk about issues facing the country, including human rights, land, health and race relations. The trips often include meetings with activists, healthcare workers and legal-aid representatives, and when possible, personal meetings are arranged to meet other interested groups.

Highlights from one of our Paramount Safaris Educational ToursBrother and sister on Safari having fun with binoculars and hats Tanzania, Africa

      • Insights into the rich flora and fauna that makes Tanzania unique
      • Learn to track African wildlife on foot and during game drives
      • See how the Masai live by experiencing their village and culture
      • Watch the awesome wildlife migration of the Serengeti unfold, the world’s largest
      • Enjoy a scenic sunset boat ride off the Island of Zanzibar where dolphins swim
      • Learn about issues facing the country, including human rights, health and race relations
      • Search for the Big Five (Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard)
      • Learn the various skills needed to survive in the African bush
      • See an elephant that has survived the poachers bullet up close and personal


Activity Notes

Our tours require participants to walk up to two miles per day which requires a certain level of fitness and ability to move about rough and tumble landscapes, so proper gear and ability are required. Game drives over bumpy, dusty terrain in open safari vehicles can be uncomfortable at times for the very young and old. Driving and walking elevations of up to 5,000 feet may give some people pause due to the elevation.
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