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Mahale Mountains National Park and the neighbouring Gombe River National Park are home to a remnant of some African’s wild chimpanzees. Tucked away on the shores of Lake Tanganyika - the World’s longest and second deepest freshwater lake are these magnificent wildlife parks.

Like a remote tropical island is this jewel of a place and blessing you with one of the most amazing nature experience in the southerly west of Tanzania border.

Explore this rarely visited national park in the mountainous Mahale  offers an untouched Central African rainforest  that is quite amazing. The Mahale Mountains rise behind the lake and makes  a very beautiful backdrop and amazing sunset over the lake.

The forest is abounding with abundant birds, butterflies and small mammals are but it's the primates that steal the show and none more so than chimpanzees.


Mahale: What Game

  • Chimpanzees and other smaller primate species
  • Bird
  • Hippos and crocodiles and Leopard.


 Mahale: what Activities.

  • Chimpanzee trekking – conducted daily, timing varies 30minutes to 5hours
  • Forest Walks and Birding
  • Swimming and Snorkeling
  • Books

 

 Mahale: Best time to visit.
During the long dry season  : July - October. 

 

 

Mahale: Where to stay
Nomad’s Greystoke  and  
Nkungwe lodge 

    • Kungwe Beach Lodge - deep in the heart of the Africa

      Kungwe Beach Lodge is found in Mahale Mountain National Park, deep in the heart of the African continent on the secluded golden beach on the shores of Lake Tanganyika Kungwe Beach. The lodge is the perfect blend of comfort and luxury in a romantic setting - a chain of wild, jungle-draped Mountains rising high up behind the lodge. Kungwe Beach Lodge is ideally set along the beach under the tropical shade of the Mahale forest with breathtaking views over the crystal clear lake water. Kungwe Beach Lodge- Highlights Enjoy sundowners in the raised thatched dhow boat shaped cozy lounge area where guests share the days adventure around a campfire as sun slowly hides behind the Congo Mountains. Barbeque candlelit dinners served on the beach experiencing to the unique sounds of Africa - beetles, crickets and the night calls of chimpanzees, the best way to unwind after a perfect day! Kungwe Beach Lodge -Accommodation Spacious tents dotting the beach are furnished in the traditional ‘safari’ style The secluded patio’s offers wide views beautiful white sand beach on the banks of the lake Each tent en-suite Kungwe Beach Lodge -Activities Walk on the pristine natural trail. With a small selection of books…
    • Nomads Greystoke Lodge

      Nomads Greystoke Lodge - untouched white sandy beach Nomads Greystoke Lodge set on untouched white sandy beach overlooking the deep green water of Lake Tanganyika, with the forested slopes of the Mahale Mountains towering behind Mahale Mountains National Park and the neighbouring Gombe River National Park are home to a remnant of some African’s wild chimpanzees.Tucked away on the shores of Lake Tanganyika - the World’s longest and second deepest freshwater lake are these magnificent wildlife parks. Like a remote tropical island is this jewel of a place and blessing you with one of the most amazing nature experience in the southerly west of Tanzania border. Nomads Greystoke Lodge: Highlights Chimpanzee tracking Sundowners on the rocks of the headland in around the lamp-lit bar while the mountain peaks into the darkness.    Greystoke remoteness, the location at the foothills of the mountains rising from the beach and background of the wide lake views are akin to only this place Nomads Greystoke Lodge: Accommodation Large safari tents - comfort and simplicity are set on raised timber platforms with a private deck overlooking the tranquil forest - wisely sited beneath the huge mango trees, main lodge blending with the stunning environs. Tucked…