July to October
July to October (Gombe never gets crowded )
52km² / 20mi²
767-1,606m / 2,516-5,269ft
With an area of just 56 sq km, Gombe National Park is Tanzania’s smallest national park, yet its famous primate occupants and its association with Jane Goodall have given it worldwide A considerable lot of Gombe’s 100 or more chimps are all well habituated, and however, it tends to be troublesome, sweat-soaked work crossing steep slopes and valleys, if you head out early toward the beginning of the day sightings are almost guaranteed.
Just as chimp following, you can go for walks along the lakeshore, and take a brief trip and see Jane’s old chimp-feeding station, the viewpoint on Jane’s Peak and Kakombe Waterfall.
While chimp trekking is the principal draw, you can walk along the shoreline and draw near to the inhabitant baboons, see waterfowl, hike in the forest and swim in the lake. There are no roads.
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