Gombe, designated as a game reserve in 1943, was upgraded into a national park status in 1968. The park is located 16 km north of Kigoma town on the shores of Lake Tanganyika in western Tanzania. It covers an area of 56 square kilometers and is a fragile habitat for chimpanzee. Gombe gained its popularity after the research of Dr Jane Good all which is believed to be the longest running study of primates in the world.
Chimpanzee,Colobus, Red-tailed and Blue monkeys, Kakombe and Mkenke waterfall.
Chimpanzee can be trekked throughout the year. However, for plants/insects and better chimpanzee spotting, the best time is during wet season (November - mid May) and for the best photo taking (May - October).
May - October
November - May
By Boat: Board public boat (up to four hours) or motor boat (two hours)
By Air: scheduled flights from Dar es Salaam and Mwanza cities or from Arusha by chartered flights.
By Road: from Dar es Salaam, Arusha or Mwanza.
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