Seeing Chimpanzee in their natural habitat is quite thrilling. How they feed, taking care of their young ones and socializing will bring you a life time memory. Gombe and Mahale National Parks are the only Tanzania National Parks where you can track Chimpanzees in their natural habitat. These two parks are simply the most beautiful reserves in the African continent and are located in the remote western part of Tanzania along the shore of Lake Tanganyika near ujiji town Kigoma.
The lakeshore here is a beach of the optimum powder-white sand, behind which rises a range of imposing mountains, clad in verdant tropical vegetation. Big electric-blue butterflies flit above the streams and the forest is alive with sound. It’s not only beautiful, but it also harbours Tanzania’s densest population of primates: yellow baboon, red colobus, blue, red-tailed and vervet monkeys are never far away – and then, of course, there are the chimpanzees.
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