Ngerengere River Eco Camp

Non-governmental organization


You are welcome to get to know us or as we say in Swahili KARIBU SANA!

We are an independent, non-governmental organization operating in the village

Lukwambe near Morogoro in Tanzania. Our projects are mainly distributed in three

inter-related areas:

  • environmental sustainability

  • alternative sources of income

  • education

Please find out about our Happy Bricks Primary School and

more projects on this website.


Our Eco Camp is a very unique place located directly at Ngerengere River and surrounded

by nature. It is the center for organizing our projects but also a home for volunteers and

ecotourists from all over the world.

We welcome national and international

volunteers so that we can work together for better

living conditions in the village Lukwambe. We offer a

wide range of volunteer opportunities, depending on

skills, interest and current need. We are open for

new ideas and creative collaboration. 

Ecotourists can gain unique experiences when staying at our Eco Camp. However, we are

not a travel agency promising tribal dances or luxury accomodations. We believe in more

sustainable tourism:

  • We believe that travelers should try to keep pollution as low as possible, for example by using local transport and local accomodation.

  • We believe that our community in Lukwambe should also benefit from the interaction with ecotourists.

  • We can organize trips to the awesome and peaceful nature in surrounding National Parks; however, we also want to invite our guests to get to know Tanzanian history, one of the 120 languages in our country, Tanzanian cooking and food, schooling in our village, challenges in the communities etc. In short, we would like our guests to interact with local people in order to really experience Tanzanian lifestyles.

Through our extensive social network in the area, we facilitate authentic encounters

between our guests and our communites. According to concepts of sustainable tourism,

traveling opportunities should always be considered a privilege.

Please check here for more information on our volunteer program and ecotourism!

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