On the shores of Lake Tanganyika, the oldest and deepest lakes in the world lies a pristine and remote park; the Mahale National Park. Formerly created to protect the thousands of chimpanzees that are residents in the region, Mahale Mountains National Park is renowned for its fantastic sunset over Lake Tanganyika, which makes it an essential stop for most photographers and safari enthusiasts.

The park’s spectacular array of habitats includes the alpine bamboo and woodlands; where over 50 of animals have been recorded, predominant among these being representatives from various monkey and ape families within and around the park. Other safari opportunities to experience within and around the park include; Walking safari, Boat cruising, Sport fishing and Mountain hiking.

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