to explore all the treasures of Tanzania


February 4 - 12, 2022


$2,945 (shared room)

$3,675 (solo room)

Flexible payment plans available


Arusha, Southern Serengeti, Lake Eyasi and West Kilimanjaro


6 people per group

our trip highlights 



During our last trips to Tanzania in support of our amazing partner, Solar Sister. We we're able to purchase and distribute 370+ solar panels to Maasai families across rural Tanzania.

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  We invite you to join us on this journey with Sababu Safaris to gain experiences that will change your heart and mind forever. Experience Tanzania's infinite beauty as we explore the Serengeti, Tarangire NP, Lake Eyasi, West Kilimanjaro and more. This Tanzania journey is tailor-made to experience a once in a lifetime safari, learn more about solar energy, as well as deeply connect with the people of Tanzania. 

• Feb 4 -  12, 2023 (5 Spots left)

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• Couples Trip: July 23  - 31, 2022

(2 couples spots left)

• Solo Traveler & Friends: August 12 -20, 2022

(3 spots left)​

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The investment

8-day experience from $2,945
Deposit $845 

Secure your spot now, pay the rest later

 $2,945 per person - shared room with 1 person

 $3,545 per person - single room with one bed

Spots will be allocated on a rolling basis until the trip is full.  

 International Flights are NOT included in the price, as travelers will be departing from different cities in the world, and flight prices vary depending on location.  Custom payment plans available.

This trip has a 45-day cancellation policy, all travelers are responsible to fill their spot on the trip if any cancellations need to be made. All payment installments must be made between July 15th– January 5th. The final balance must be paid by January 5th. Paying in full is also encouraged.  

Payment plans 

We believe in making travel affordable. Flexible payment plans can be custom designed to provide travelers the financial flexibility to complete the payments. The trip total must be fully-paid by 30 days before departure

Example payment plan

- Shared room

Deposit - $845

 August 15th - $350

September 15th - $350

October 15th - $350

November 15th- $350

December 15th - $350 

January 5th - $350

Fully Paid.

Pay in full: $2,945



• Unlimited mileage and fuel 

• Unlimited drinking bottled water, soft drinks, local beers, coffee & tea provided in the safari vehicle 

• Entrance tickets into Tarangire

•  Entrance to Serengeti National Parks

• Mto wa Mbu Village Walk 

• Solar Lights to distribution to Maasai families

• Visit the local Maasai Vision School; • Spear Throwing

• Maasai Sundowner 

• Assistance finding the right International flight



Day One: Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport, after finishing passport controls and customs procedures meet your safari guide, Rob outside the arrival lounge.

In the afternoon visit Solar Sister, a nonprofit that is empowering women to lead the movement of solar energy, providing regions of Tanzania access to solar panels.


Learn about their mission, the impact of solar energy in rural Tanzania, and how it aligns with the UN Global Goals #7. Afterward, enjoy dinner and prepare for your upcoming safari.

Day Two: Explore the city of Arusha, learning about the history and culture of the city. Visit the Cultural Heritage Center and Shanga, a social enterprise that recycled used materials to create products
providing job opportunities to those with disabilities.

Afterward, visit Shanga, a social enterprise lead by those with disabilities. Learn about how they use recycled materials to create products providing job opportunities to those with disabilities. 


Get to know the people of Tanzania that make a difference in their communities!


Day Three:

After breakfast, you will depart with a packed lunch and embark on game drives through Tarangire National Park, and in the dry season the
Tarangire River is a magnet for thirsty wildlife!


Experience large herds of elephants and migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and eland gather and not surprisingly the predators follow.

Day Four: Depart for a drive through Mto Wa Mbu. 
Go on a 1.5-hour stroll through the local farming village. This village is unique in Tanzania since itis home to over 120 different tribes from across Africa.


The walk will take you to see local farms, schools, a
kindergarten, local homes, the market, and milling machines. In the late afternoon, check into your accommodation in Karatu. Also distribute solar lights in the area for families that do not have access to light or electricity. 

In the afternoon, make your way to Central Serengeti for dinner and overnight.

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Day Five:

Wake up in a lodge within the grounds of Serengeti National park overlooking the beautiful horizon and savannah. Start the day with a safari in Southern Serengeti and learn more about their conservation efforts and witness the Great Migration. 


This time of year in Southern Serengeti is home to the wildebeest migration. You can also see in their natural habitat countless zebras, giraffes, impalas, hippos, elephants, lions, leopards, hyenas, and more.

A real bucket-list experience! One of our Founders favorite days of the journey.

Day Six:   Enjoy morning of game drives in Southern Serengeti then in the afternoon make our way to Lake Eyasi. Along the way stop at Olduvai Gorge, and learn about one of the most important paleoanthropological sites with the oldest human remains in the world, and visit the local museum. 


Along the journey distribute solar panels purchased directly from Solar Sister to families in the region without access to electricity. 

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Day Seven:  Get up before sunrise and visit the Hadzabe bushmen, one of the world’s last remaining hunter‐gatherer tribes, learn directly from the bushmen their time‐honored hunting techniques, survival skills, food preparation, and cultural norms. 

In the afternoon depart to West Kilimanjaro and receive a warm welcome from the Maasai leaders and gain a deeper, authentic level of understanding of Maasai culture. The perfect way to end your safari at Africa Amini Maasai Lodge – a truly special place!


Day Eight:  Wake up in one of the most magical places on earth, Amini Maasai Lodge, overlooking Mt. Kilimanjaro. 

We will have the opportunity to experience several cultural activities, take part in a nature walk or spear throwing competition, join a traditional sundowner ceremony and listen to stories at the campfire, or you can simply sit back and take full advantage of the amenities this magical place has to offer.


Get to know the Maasai on a deeper, authentic
level. You will also have the chance to visit Africa Amini Alama’s projects such as one of their elementary and
secondary schools. Witness the positive change this organization has brought to an entire community.

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Day Nine:  Departure Day

This trip is for individuals that

  • Want to explore Tanzania and are open to new opportunities

  • Want to learn about the global goals and sustainability

  • Want to be hands-on and learn with our partners

  • Want to invest in personal development and meet like-minded people

This trip is not for individuals that

  • Are only interested in taking photos and not engaging in immersive activities and learning

  • Are focused solely on pampering and chill time

  • Aren't willing to experience things out of their comfort zone



Anina, the founder of The World Within Us, is excited for you to experience the magic of Tanzania.


​ Anina travelled to Tanzania back in 2018 for her birthday hosted by Sababu Safaris. During her travels, she fell in love with the wildlife on safari, and the tranquility of the Amini Maasai Lodge overlooking Mt. Kilimajaro. Together, The World Within Us and Sababu Safaris invite you to join us as we experience the natural wonders of this world and connect with the people of Tanzania.

For this amazing adventure is Robert Tarimo who is a co-founder of our partner, Sababu Safaris, will be your guide. This safari travel agency is dedicated to showcasing the natural beauty of Tanzania o its visitors by taking them on safari trips through national parks and natural habitats. You'll be in great hands traveling with these two amazing hosts!



Sababu Safaris 

Sababu Safaris is an owner-run boutique safari operator committed to creating unique journeys to Tanzania that change hearts and minds and leave a long-lasting impact on both guests and local communities alike. All safari itineraries are crafted and tailored to your individual travel style, preferences, and interests.

Their all-inclusive, private, transformational luxury safaris will take you deep into the isolated wilderness and connect you with the people that call Tanzania home. We unite conservation, communities and sustainable travel by creating unique and impactful experiences that give you the opportunity to completely immerse yourself in the rich Tanzanian culture few truly get to know - and to make a difference at the same time.




Eradicates energy poverty by empowering women with economic opportunity, transforming women into leaders and entrepreneurs. Creating a deliberate woman-centered sales network to spread clean energy technology to even the most remote communities in rural Africa. 

We are also contributing to 2 additional organizations that practice responsible & ethical tourism:


SHANGA, a successful social enterprise that employs people with disabilities to create unique, high-quality, handmade jewelry, glassware and homewares incorporating recycled materials. These products are sold in Tanzania and all over the world, with profits being reinvested back into developing opportunities to employ more people with disabilities. Combining an uplifting local community project with unique artistic activities and opportunities to purchase handmade gifts, Shanga has been a favorite Arusha tourist destination since its inception in 2007.

MTO WA MBU, a village in northern Tanzania, due to its location welcomes tourism activities as a center for major investments in the tourism industry and within the community. Mto Wa Mbu village lies along the main to the road to Ngorongoro Crater, The Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park, and Lake Manyara national park. Within Mto wa Mbu village there various tourist facilities such as Hotels, Lodges, Campsites, and cultural activities.  Learn what do people do for a living, learn different modes of production and what exists in these cultures..

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Ensuring all has access to affordable, clean,
and reliable modern energy.


Our current reliance on fossil fuels is unsustainable and harmful to our planet as we battle climate change. Renewable and clean energy solutions are becoming more reliable and efficient than ever before. The goal of SDG 7 is to innovate and create modern sustainable energy sources that will provide light to citizens of the world residing in cities and rural communities in a sustainable way.


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Fill out the form below if you are interested in joining us in Tanzania!

Tanzania Booking Interest Form

Once you submit the form, you will receive instructions via email.

Submit your signed booking package, and deposit to secure your spot.

Spots are extremely limited and are accepted on a rolling basis.

Have any questions or concerns? - Reach out to hello@theworldwithinus.org