Lake Tanganyika and western Tanzania

The Mahale Mountains is an extraordinarily beautiful national park on the shores of Lake Tanganyika. Chimp tracking is the chief attraction here, and thanks to Jane Goodall’s pioneering research in the 1960s, the wild chimpanzees are habituated, and guided walks offer a good chance of encountering them.

Katavi National Park is a remote classic dry season reserve. It contains large tracts of Miombo woodland crossed by a number of rivers, each with wide floodplains. Between May and November, these open floodplains attract abundant game, allowing for superb wildlife viewing.

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Wild Tanzania

Katavi National Park & Mahale Mountains

A journey of discovery to the lesser visited far west of Tanzania. A world of great lakes, mighty rivers and lush forests. Visit Katavi National Park, a wildlife haven that isn’t on the typical tourism trail in an impressive unspoilt wilderness, and watch chimpanzees in the wild at the stunning Greystoke Mahale on the shores of Lake Tanganyika.

Best for: Adventure, Eco/ethical tourism, Off the beaten track, Wildlife

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