Tanzania, Unforgettable

Arusha, Tanzania

7 reviews
Jul 1 - 10, 2022
Group size: 1 - 30
Tanzania, Unforgettable
Arusha, Tanzania

7 reviews

Jul 1 - 10, 2022
Group size: 1 - 30

About this trip


The Tanzania & Zanzibar Safari experience includes People, Culture, Lifestyle and Wildlife Tarangire National Park combined with a beautiful Zanzibar beach holiday.
Please join our trip hosts....

Roslyn Parker -Travel To Do Good & Jada Davis-Global Intent

What’s included

  • Accommodations
  • Ground transportation
  • Tours/Activities
  • Meals as indicated
  • Insurance
  • Air Fare
  • Gratuities
  • Personal Expenses
  • Alcohol or wine

Available Packages

Double Occupancy
Available until June 1, 2022

2 people in a room

1 king bed or 2 single beds

Single Occupancy

Regular Rate Applies after Oct 2, 2021

Deposit: $750

Your Organizer

Affinity Travel Group/Travel to do Good
7 reviews
Powered by the Affinity Travel Group, our Travel to do good experiences connect participants to the life, history, and culture of their chosen destination through cultural immersion, learning journeys, social entrepreneurship and volunteerism.


The trip was a wonderful spirit filled experience, true to form with art, music and culture throughout the country. While the trip was a bit too jammed packed with activities, it was good to have a variety of exposures, events and adventures for the full experience. Suggestions for the tour guide; Help set expectations by informing the tour group a day ahead of what to expect. Examples: Inform group of the day(s) when we will be walking in water so we can wear water shoes, short pants, etc. Inform group of days where there will be no running water or toilet facilities while on tour. Thank you again for a well planned and orchestrated "travel to do good" experience.
By Deborah H for Art, Music and Culture in Senegal on 20 Jun, 2022
Absolutely great trip. We had a great time. It was full of great restaurants, attractions and locations.
By Molly F for Art, Music and Culture in Senegal on 13 Jun, 2022
This trip was absolutely incredible. I am not the most travelled person (yet), but I know that this was a very unique opportunity and first-time experience of Jamaica. You are so often told not to leave the resort because of danger when visiting this beautiful country, but with Roslyn, Matt and Maroghini I felt completely safe and in the best possible hands the whole week. The lodging was great at the Marley Manor and I heard the same about the Inn at 6, I did hear complaints about Widcombe House but I can’t speak to that personally. I did think it served as an incredibly beautiful and peaceful place to use as our launch point/rehearsal space. I know that some of the travel was rough on various people in the group, ie bumpy roads and long bus rides, but I think that comes with the territory and was a price people were more than willing to pay for the experiences we had. We were consistently very well-fed! The food everywhere was terrific, especially the vegan spots we went to, Sista P’s SooSoomBa and Cheffing Don’s. Great Huts was INCREDIBLE and definitely a major highlight of the trip for me, such a tropical experience and peaceful vibe. I will definitely be taking my mother there as soon as possible. That’s speaking to the travel logistics, as far as the value of the experiences themselves, I can’t even put into words the impact this trip has had on me. Through the amazingly immersive and authentic cultural experiences we had with Rastafari and the reggae community, including a short Kumina ceremony, a Mystic Revelation of Rastafari Nyabinghi rehearsal, and visiting Sizzla's studio at Judgement Yard, I feel not only a whole new sense of appreciation for Reggae music and its messages, but also a much deeper understanding of the human story, where we’re at now on this planet and perhaps where we should aim ourselves. I have never met so many wise, visionary people in my life. I want to give a huge BIG UPS and thanks to Matt Jenson and Maroghini, for sharing their vast knowledge and amazing connections with us. This was an incredibly unique and valuable view of Jamaica and it was thanks to Matt’s motivation and Maroghini’s deep roots in and knowledge of the community that we could have such a thoroughly meaningful experience. HUGE big ups and THANK YOU to Roslyn Parker and her company Travel to Do Good, who made this entire trip a possibility and then a reality!! With her impeccable organization and strength of leadership, combined with the “patient and flexible” attitude that’s necessary for travel in Jamaica, she made this trip feel incredibly safe, organized and relaxing despite how busy we were, and she made our group feel like a little family for nine days. It felt like so much more, in a really good way – I would have happily stayed longer much. I hope to travel with Roslyn again in the future. She is a true professional and has the perfect strong and warm disposition for what she does. I heard talk of a potential trip to Ethiopia, in a similar style to this one, and I would be very, very interested in that. I would suggest that it be two full weeks, and involve more community involvement like we did at Jessie Ripoll - this was definitely one of my biggest highlights from the trip, and I think one of the most valuable cultural experiences we had there. We could maybe spend a week at a school and then a week of historical site-seeing and musical cultural education? Or alternate day trips with community activities? That goes for Ethiopia or any repeat trips to Jamaica. Again, I can’t really even put into words the significance of this trip. I think I speak for everyone in the group when I say it was life-changing, and deeply enlightening. I can’t thank the three amazing group leaders and the amazing travel company, Travel to Do Good, enough, and I also have huge gratitude for every single person in the group for making it such a special experience. This was a great success and I hope it inspires similar trips to come! Thanks again!!!
By Leila G for Inside Reggae Music Experience on 21 Feb, 2019
It was the best trip i have ever been on. Meeting the most incredible people with with love in their hearts and incredible knowledge. Our tour guide Roslyn Parker was super always there to help and guide with love. Driving around Kingston was so exciting seeing and hearing the vibrations of reggae music throughout the various communities, schools and universities. I loved every minute of this wonderful adventure.
By Michael M for Inside Reggae Music Experience on 20 Feb, 2019
Well planned, great hotels, great tour guides, comfortable transportation. Highly Recommend
By Diane G for Best of Peaceful Peru on 16 Oct, 2018
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