Where to See / Track Chimpanzees in Tanzania

MAHALE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK

This lovely national Park could be described as a tropical beach nirvana. Scenically, Mahale might have been transplanted from some uninhabited Indian Ocean island, with its white sandy beaches lapped by with its white sandy beaches lapped by the transparent waters of lake Tanganyika (the world’s longest , second deepest and reputedly least polluted fresh water body)and rising to forested peaks 2,000m above shore. With an area of 1,600km Mahale mountain slopes harbour a diverse forest fauna and flora including readily observed troops of red colobus, red-tailed and blue monkey and a population of eight hundred chimpanzees, Furthermore, there is always a lake nearby for refreshing dip and home to an estimated one thousand colourful cichlid and other fish.

GOMBE CHIMPANZEE TREKKING 3 DAYS.

Availability : All year around (From Mid March to May heavy rain)

Gombe Stream’s main attraction is obviously the chimpanzee families that live protected ...

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GOMBE STEAM NATIONAL PARK.

“The chimpanzee centre”

Tanzania’s smallest national park Gombe stream is a world centre of study on chimpanzees, and the location of the longest running wildlife observation programme on the planet. Started in 1960 by British naturalist Jane Goodall, the chimpanzee study is now in its sixth generation. As an added bonus Gombe Stream’s small size permits an easy and comprehensive visit, so don’t miss the opportunity to get out walking with every chance of meeting a couple of chimps on your way.

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