A Tanzanian-Brooklynite on a mission.
Justa Lujwangana, a storyteller and curious traveler on a mission to visit every corner of Tanzania, leaving no stone unturned while sharing with our audience/ guests the beauty of what one country has to offer. After many years of searching, she has come to understand both worlds and how people travel but also work with her local community to empower and bring out the true experience of her culture, heritage, the people and country.
Justa with Aziza, tour guide in Zanzibar catching up before taking the guests out.
Today, she spend half a year in USA and the other half in Tanzania as she runs and operates an experiential travel company. With her team, they are dedicated to leading you on personal experiences to discovering and sharing the best of Tanzania.
During a visit with guests at Happy Center, an after school program for the youth.
Sharing the best of Tanzania, includes finding unique of giving back to her local communities. Her team works closely with community leaders, entrepreneurs and schools to create an environment for her guests and community members to cross paths and support each other. Most guests who choose to travel with us always want to include a way of giving back, learning the needs of a community and finding ways of how they can contribute. They are there in the early stages of planning the guests visit and know some of our community needs, so we work on helping the guests pick one project and help in facilitating the goal project to the end.
The projects can range from visiting an after school program like Happy Center to watch a live performance from the students, donating supplies to learning new skills from traditional dancing from the local women to cooking. Curious on Tanzania has even hosted meetings with business leaders, entrepreneurs and sharing life/business tips. You must be in the room to see the love and connecting between people coming from different worlds. And this is why they now have a slogan that says, "Explore beyond" as its an unique way of traveling and there is more to see and do.
Guest, Sharon dancing with the students at Happy Center in Dar es Salaam