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August 10, 2016

Last Day in Arusha

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Now the Journey takes us on a bus ride through Tanzania, which we will end in Dar es Salaam before continuing on to Zanzibar. The upcoming part of the Journey will have a stronger emphasis on biodiversity, climate change and governance – including university visits and field studies together with local Tanzanian students.