Cultural Exchange for Black Farmers

The Black Food Fund is organizing a cultural exchange for Black farmers scheduled for February 2025

Join us for a 15 day journey where we will explore two different regions of Tanzania (Arusha and Zanzibar).

Potential activities include:

  • Mt. Meru
  • Safari excursion
  • Masai ceremony
  • Chemka hot springs
  • Msonge Organic Family Farm
  • Spice tour
  • Sauti ya Busara music festival
  • Zanzibar’s crystal clear waters and white sand beaches

Note, the itinerary is not yet finalized

Additional Details

  • $3,650 total cost includes accommodations, ground transportation, cultural excursions, and trip facilitation provided by Tanzanian guides 
  • $500 non-refundable down payment by March 31, 2024 to secure your space. 
  • $350 monthly payment due every 30th of the month/ starting from April 30, 2024 to final payment by December 31, 2024 (9 months of payments) 
  • Airfare to Tanzania and travel insurance are not included. These must be purchased separately.
  • Monthly meetings beginning in October will allow everyone to get acquainted, learn about the history and culture of Tanzania, and prepare for travel.
  • Visa workshop included

Tanzania Cultural Exchange Interest Form

If you would like to receive updates about the Black Farmer Exchange trip to Tanzania scheduled for February 2025, please complete the form below.

Interest in Cultural Exchange Trip to Tanzania
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