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Set deep within the core of Tanzania’s remote heart, the Western Circuit is full of surprises and wonders alike. Ujiji Town, where Stanley is quoted for the much famous greeting “Doctor Livingstone, I presume” is where the chimpanzee tracking safaris begin. The Mahale Mountains a natural habitat and home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees: a population of roughly 800. To the north is the Gombe Stream, home to numerous chimpanzees and a natural habitat for the chimps, perched on the steep slopes and river valleys that meander in the sandy northern shore of Lake Tanganyika. These parks are famous around the world thanks to their ever-adventurous chimpanzee tracking safaris. To the west though, is the Katavi National Park, a remote and isolated wildlife sancturary untouched by time and far off the beaten track.
From the Ugala River National Park, a wildlife safari in Western Tanzania is limitless. Similarly, magnificent animal action at Katavi National Parks, home to hundreds of hippo and crocodile pools, will provide you with experiences unavailable in northern Tanzania.
Tanzania’s Chimpanzee Safari: Western Tanzania is the only area in the world where chimps live alongside elephants, lions, and leopards. Nonetheless, they pay hardly little attention to visitors, which is ideal since you never feel like you’re invading. The chimps go about their business as if you aren’t there, strolling, sleeping, fighting, politics, eating, and so on.
The only area in the world where chimps live with elephants, lions, and leopards is Western Tanzania. The chimps in Mahale Mountains National Park go about their daily lives, strolling, sleeping, fighting, eating, and so on. Similarly, as if the other creatures aren’t present. The possibilities for a wildlife safari in Western Tanzania are boundless.
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