REL 675: Experience Tanzania: Religion, Society and Culture
January 15, 2020
Words can’t describe this so I’ll use pictures (and captions) instead.
This tree is over 800 years old!
A monkey ran past our truck!
What looks like an anthill
It’s a giraffe!
After the safari, we visited a Maasai tribe and they showed us dances, how they make fire, and their houses they built.
A calf was chilling outside their school.
Hope you all enjoyed going on safari with me!
About the Tanzania Study Tour
THE TRAVEL DATES
Jan. 11-27, 2020
Religion Prof. Andrea Ng’weshemi
This trip is set to accomplish many goals. There will be discussions from several speakers such as Tanzanian professors, religious leaders, and the local folk, along with plenty of opportunity to explore the diverse cultural and physical aspects of Tanzania by visiting contemporary sites and national parks. The learning focus will touch on topics such as religious tolerance and inter-faith cooperation.