- Type: Attractions
- Localyte author: Kairi Tours and Safaris
- The Gombe Stream is actually a national park built to protect the wildlife specially the endangered species of chimpanzees. The national park of Gombe Stream covers an area of 52 square kilometers. The Gombe Stream National Park was created in the year 1968 by an eminent zoologist Jane Goodall. The Gombe Stream National Park is found located along the shore of Lake Tanganyika. It is more precisely located on the western part of Tanzania and the Congo. The scenic beauty of evergreen forests and the lakes appeal to every type of tourists. Apart from the natural viewing of the sceneries, there are other source of entertainment for the adventure loving persons like hiking and swimming. The Gombe stream also comprises of wide varieties of wildlife like baboons, monkeys, forest pigs, various species of birds, small antelopes. The main attraction of the chimpanzees really attract huge number of tourists from distant parts of the globe. The chimpanzees are kept in a protected area surrounded by the boundaries on all sides. The visitors can avail the guides to enter deep into the forests in order to have a close view of the behavioral pattern of these animals. The Gombe Stream National Park is divided by 13 valleys, which are created by fast flowing streams flowing fro east to west.
- The description was provided by Kairi Tours and Safaris
Ask a local about Gombe National Park
Ask Makamba Locals about Gombe National Park
- User Rating