Gombe National Park
Gombe National Park, nestled along the shores of Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania, is a small but ecologically significant gem. Covering just 52 square kilometers, it boasts diverse habitats, including lush forests, grasslands, and lakeside terrain. Gombe gained worldwide acclaim due to the groundbreaking research conducted by primatologist Jane Goodall, who extensively studied chimpanzees in the park. This research reshaped our understanding of these intelligent primates. Gombe is not only a sanctuary for these endangered chimpanzees but also home to various other wildlife species, including baboons, colobus monkeys, and over 200 bird species. Its breathtaking landscapes and rich biodiversity make Gombe National Park a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and conservationists alike.
Bird and wildlife viewing