Gombe National Park

Gombe National Park is located in Tanzania and known for its chimpanzees. The park was established in 1968 and covers an area of 52 sq km. It is also Tanzania’s smallest national park. Besides the chimpanzees, the park has unique flora and fauna. The park provides a unique opportunity to trek through the forest and observe the chimpanzees in their natural habitat. The best time to visit the park is during the dry season between June and October. There are several accommodation options available in and around the park. Overall, a visit to Gombe National Park is an unforgettable experience for anyone who loves nature and wildlife.

Activities

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Gombe National Park offers many activities to the safari tourists.

  • Discovering the chimpanzees habitat
  • Hiking through the forest
  • Birdwatching
  • Exploring the Gombe Stream National Park’s waterfalls

Getting there

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Getting to Gombe National Park requires planning. Fly to Dar es Salaam, take a domestic flight to Kigoma, hire a boat to the park’s entrance, or endure a long journey by bus or car. Once there, explore the stunning landscape. Observe chimpanzees on a guided walk, bird watch, hike, or swim in Lake Tanganyika.

Accommodation

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Gombe offers a variety of accommodations, from luxurious hotels to affordable guesthouses. Visitors can enjoy comfortable rooms, excellent service, and convenient locations. Some of the top options include the Gombe Palace Hotel, Lake View Hotel, and the New Heaven Hotel. Backpackers and budget travelers can find great deals at Teta Guest Inn and Tafawa Guest Inn. No matter your budget or preferences, Gombe has a place to stay that will suit your needs.

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