Mahale Mountains - Magical Chimpanzee Encounters
Set among the forested slopes of the Mahale Mountains, the Mahale Mountains National Park was originally created to protect thousands of chimpanzees. It is the scene of fantastic sunsets over Lake Tanganyika, which makes it an essential stop for keen photographers and safari enthusiasts.
The habitat combines rain forest, grasslands, alpine bamboo and woodland. Some 50 species of animals have been recorded in the Park, predominant among these being representatives of various monkey and ape families, and over 90 unique species of fish swim in the clear waters of the lake.
- Track chimpanzees through the lush forests in the company of guides who know each animal by name
- Steep mountain paths are a hiker's delight
- Traditional dhow cruises on the clear waters of Lake Tanganyika
- Snorkelling among the fresh water fish
From $ 725
Situated n the Mahale Mountains National Park in southwest Tanzania, Greystoke offers six double tents with a forest bathroom for showers under the palms. Dinners are laid out on the beach under the stars, on the mahogany dhow by flaming torchlight or in the Mess – a timbered Tongwe chief's hut.
From $ 4,660 To $ 5,517 per person sharing
Choose between the quiet thrill of tracking chimpanzees along the forested mountain slopes of Mahale Mountains National Park or exploring the remote wilderness of Katavi National Park. The Mahale Mountains lie alongside Lake Tanganyika, offering snorkelling and fishing. Discover huge herds of...
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