Gombe Stream National Park is located outside the Kigoma town about 16 kilometers north in the western part of Tanzania. The park is narrow strip of a mountainous country border by the crest of the African Rift Valley walls to the east and Lake Tanganyika to the west the deepest lake in Africa. The Park accommodates varieties of primates the major ones are the Chimpanzee (more than 150 are recorded), others include bushbucks, vervet monkeys, baboons, colobus and bushpigs.
Accommodation: luxury tented lodge, guest house and campsites available on the shore.
Activities: chimpanzee trekking; hiking, swimming/snorkeling; visit the site of Henry Stanley’s famous.
Best Time: July-October and late December as it gives the opportunity to view the chimps.