The Highs & Lows of Our Time in Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania

Ten Feet Travels, Volunteering as a family, The Bandari Project, Mto Wa Mbu Tanzania

We’ve been here in Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania for 5 weeks and what an amazing way to start our adventures as a travelling family.

Watch to find out our highs and lows of our time here and to see the end result of the projects we’ve been working on at The Bandari Project. So proud of what we’ve achieved!

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Adventures with Kids in Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania

Ten Feet Travels, Masai, Tanzania

It’s week 5 here in Tanzania and we’re looking at some of the other adventures we’ve had in our time here!

Zip lining, a Masai Boma visit, Tinga Tinga painting and more.

Travelling as a family is definitely a challenge, but we are so grateful for the experience and so proud of how the kids are taking on all these new adventures they are faced with everyday.

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5 Reasons Why We’re going back to Tanzania

Travelling Tanzania with Kids

It was 9 years ago, before children, that Glen and I travelled to Tanzania to volunteer and explore for the year. Our time there had its challenges- illness, the language barrier and adjusting to a different way of life. But here we are, 3 children later, and we can’t wait to go back!

Travelling Tanzania with Kids

We’re sure that travelling Tanzania with kids will bring a whole new range of challenges. Travelling with kids anywhere brings a lot of challenges (let alone to the other side of the world!) but we’re ready to take them on and this is why.

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