Mahale Mountains and Western Tanzania holidays
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.
Katavi National Park, Lake Tanganyika and western Tanzania, Tanzania
Chada Katavi is a small exclusive safari camp with just six Meru guest tents. The camp is situated in the incredibly remote Katavi National Park, in Western Tanzania, which is reputed to be one of the wildest places on earth.
Mahale Mountains, Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania
Greystoke Mahale enjoys a breathtaking position on a golden beach along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, sheltered by the lush forest of the Mahale Mountains. This isolated setting is home to the world's largest known population of chimpanzees.
Rubondo Island Lodge
Lake Victoria, Western Tanzania, Tanzania
Rubondo Island Lodge is possibly one of the most unique lodges in Africa. Situated in the south-western corner of Lake Victoria it is an adventure seekers paradise in a one-of-a-kind destination, offering a mix of wildlife and lake-based activities.
Highlights of Tanzania and Kenya
Masai Mara, Serengeti & Rubondo Island
Dive into the wilds of East Africa, where the endless plains stretch on forever and chimpanzees flit between the lush trees. Fall in love with the intimate lodges and camps which put you in the heart of the action on this journey that breaks with the norm. Marvel at the thunder of thousands of wildebeest as they crash across the Mara River, and...