Western Tanzania has been said to have the most spectacular scenery and wildlife on the African continent. It is remote, beautiful and is known as the "road less travelled" - it is truly for people who want to get off of the beaten path and experience a sense of adventure. It gets few visitors, has minimal infrastructure and is a lot more difficult to visit due to the logistics and cost - but so well worth it!
Western Tanzania's Mahale Mountains and Gombe Stream National Park have the best chimp viewing on the planet! Gombe Stream National Park was the home for Jane Goodall where she started her chimp research in 1960, and today is the home of the Jane Goodall Research Institute.
Katavi National Park is one of the most untouched areas in the entire country, is a year round destination and is considered the nations best kept secret! The park is wild with few camps, making one feel like they have been transported way back in time.
Gombe Stream National Park
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