Gombe National Park
Gombe stream , internationally renowned for its chimpanzee , it is Tanzania’s smallest National Park. It lies 16 km north of Kigoma, the regional capital , and adjoins Lake Tanganyika which was formed 10 million years ago and is the world ‘s second deepest lake. Gombe is little over 16 km in length and 3 km at its widest point. It is a narrow strip of montane forest cut by steep sided valleys that are gauged into the landscape by swift flowing mountain streams.
Western part of Tanzania, 16 km north of Kigoma town
Bird viewing, chimpanzee trekking, swimming and snorkeling in lake Tanganyika.
What to see
When to go
Throughout the year
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