What better way to engage in the study of living organisms than to observe them in their natural habitats?
The study of biology plays a key role in all of the environmental, wildlife and marine conservation projects that we have been running for the past 27 years around the globe. Past groups have studied the growth and decline of marine life on coral reefs in the Bahamas and seen first-hand the changing migration patterns of animals across the Savannahs in Tanzania. Others have watched turtles hatch in Costa Rica and worked on vital reforestation projects in the Amazon.
What an outstanding ten days we had in Tanzania. From the moment we arrived in Arusha to the moment we left everything was exceptionally well planned and executed. The organisation put into place by Gapforce was exemplary; every activity was well thought out. Having two Gapforce staff members on the ground in Tanzania was superb because they were familiar with local customs and the language. Furthermore, they were more than willing to change arrangements at the last minute and accommodate our requests. The staff in the London office were a dream to deal with – always approachable, easy to communicate with and highly accommodating. The activities organised for us were of a wide range and suited the needs and requests of everyone. From walking transects, to the Maasai cultural experience, visiting the orphanage and the three days of safaris, everything was meticulously planned. I would certainly recommend Gapforce to anyone planning to visit beautiful Tanzania.