Gombe Stream National Park reviews


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Located in the western region of Kigoma, Gombe Stream National Park is the smallest national park in Tanzania. The park covers an area of 52 km² (20 miles²). Gombe Stream National Park is a popular destination for tourists because of its high-level biodiversity. Established in 1968, Gombe Stream National Park is home to a number of primates such as chimpanzees, ... ...

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(4/5 stars) Written on: Aug 06, 2013   |   Visited: Nov 2010.
If you have made it to Gombe Stream NP, you are probably here to see the chimps.
If not, you've made a huge mistake.
This is the site of Jane Goodall's famous research, even having been visited by Diane Fossey at one point.
Each experience is different, but time spent with chimpanzees will likely be more prolonged and mind-boggling than if you spent the $550 in ... read more

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Chimpanzee
Vervet monkey
Baboon
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Safari suitability: 8 / 10
The park has a large primate population such as chimpanzees, beachcomber olive baboons, vervet monkeys and red-tailed monkeys
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