Lying in the great East African Rift Valley are the inland lakes, Lake Victoria , Lake Tanganyika and further south Lake Nyasa. There are also National Parks in this circuit, Saanane island, Gombe and Mahale and Katavi National Park. Gombe and Mahale offer the opportunity to see chimpanzees in the wild today. The cultural , rainfall and flora are unique in this circuit.
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
Mahale National Park
Mahale is on the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika, Mahale Mountains National Park, it is a home to some of the last remaining wild chimpanzee in Africa. Around 1,000 of
Katavi National Park
Katavi plains is noted for it’s spectacular dry season concentration of big mammals , particularly buffalos , elephants , giraffe, eland , topi and zebra, the ineverable predators such as