GOMBE NATIONAL PARK
Gombe National Park is located in western Tanzania, along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika. It is one of Tanzania’s smallest national parks, covering an area of about 52 square kilometers (20 square miles). The park is renowned for being the site of Jane Goodall’s groundbreaking chimpanzee research, which began in the 1960s
Top Attractions in Gombe National Park
1: Chimpanzee Sanctuary
Gombe National Park is famous for its population of wild chimpanzees. It was here that Jane Goodall conducted her pioneering research on chimpanzee behavior and social structure. Visitors to the park have the opportunity to observe and study these fascinating primates in their natural habitat
2: Nature Walks and Hiking
Gombe National Park offers various walking trails and hiking routes that allow visitors to explore the park’s diverse ecosystems. These guided walks provide opportunities to encounter wildlife, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and learn about the park’s flora and fauna from experienced guides.