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Coastal and Beaches
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Tanzania is located about 2 degrees south of the equator…
TANZANIA “The home of nature”
Tanzania is a land of contrasts.…
Gombe Stream is the smallest of Tanzania’s National Parks,
comprising a thin strip of ancient forest set among mountains and steep valleys
on the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
Chimpanzees are the reason to visit Gombe Stream - they are
the stars of the world's most famous chimpanzee community, made famous by the
pioneering British researcher Jane Goodall, whose years of constant observation
since 1960 have brought to light startling new facts about mankind's closest
Chimps are as individually unique as humans and no
scientific expertise is needed to distinguish the different characters in the
cast. The majority of the park mammals are primates, most of them forest
species. In addition to the famous chimpanzees visitors could be lucky enough
to see blue or red-tail monkeys. Carnivores are rare in the forest, making
Gombe the ideal place for a walking safari, or a swim in one of the streams.
The best time to find chimpanzees at Gombe is during the wet
season from February-June and November-December. The dry months of July-October
and December-January are, however, better for photo-opportunities.
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