Habari Adventure are focused on providing amazing tours to our clients, however we also support local community projects in order to ensure a sustainable future. We are grateful to our clients who have supported our community projects either indirectly simply by booking with us or directly by being involved in visiting or supporting some of the organisations that take care of individual needs like orphanage and other special groups. We welcome you in discovering more about the local community that you travel through.


Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite, it is spread by the bite of an infected Mosquito. People catch malaria when the parasite enters the blood. The parasite causes a deadly infection which kills many people each year.

In 2016, there were 216 million malaria cases that led to 440,000 deaths. Of these about two thirds (290,000) were children under five years of age. This translates into a daily toll of nearly 800 children under age 5. Most of these deaths occurred in sub-Saharan Africa. Since 2010, mortality rates among children under five have fallen by 34 per cent due to education and the use of Mosquito nets.

Habari Adventure we donate more than 500 Mosquito nets every year in to our community in Kilimanjaro region in order to meet our mission of giving back to community. We educate as much as we can about the prevention of this disease. In addition, we welcome our clients to visit and donate mosquito nets in order to continue fighting against Malaria.


Do you have passion for children? Volunteer in Tanzania in the Orphanage project and give much love, care and attention to orphaned children! Poverty, lack of education, and the HIV/AIDS epidemic are persistent and widespread problems for Tanzanians. With very little help from the government, many children are left homeless, and they only have orphanages to turn to. The orphanages are doing their best to educate, clothe, house and feed the children, but they are also underfunded and lack enough manpower to properly care for the orphans.
Habari Adventure we support some orphanage organization in Moshi and looking for volunteers who wishes to support the dreams of these kids. At the end of trips if you will have extra time in Tanzania you can visit some these organizations and provide more care and attention to them.
Be a guiding light for the Tanzanian children, while discovering the wonderful wildlife and the majesty of Kilimanjaro!
For more information on how you can support and do volunteer you can contact us or Click here to learn more.  


Environmental conservation is the protection, preservation, management, or restoration of natural environments and the ecological communities that inhabit them. Conservation is generally held to include the management of human use of natural resources for current public benefit and sustainable social and economic utilization.Environmental Conservation volunteer programs match participants with local organizations that support biodiversity and the preservation of natural resources. These projects can include both hands-on conservation work and community outreach. Volunteers working on environmental conservation projects planting trees with local community members to prevent erosion, support community recycling efforts, and assist with research projects that aim to protect and preserve the local environment.
Habari Adventure has been actively involved in planting trees throughout Kilimanjaro Area. Also we educate and inspire youth to become active in conservation efforts to sustain forest management. As a result over the last 2 years we have helped to plant over 2000 trees in Kilimanjaro region. Our clients who are interested with this project we take them into our conservation area in local village before or after trip to plant traditional trees and the cost per tree is $5. This activity is accompany with culture tour as well, you will get to learn more about the local people life styles and their activities.