Tanzania

Western Tanzania

Highlights

Katavi National Park - Chimpanzees at Mahale Mountains National Park

Introduction

Outline Itinerary

Day
1. Depart from the UK arriving into Kilimanjaro, overnight in Arusha.
2. Early morning flight to Katavi National Park.
3 & 4. Safari activities.
5. Fly to Mahale Mountains Nationa Park.
6 - 8. Safari activities including chimpanzee tracking, snorkelling, hikes.
9. Fly back to Arusha and overnight at lodge.
10. Depart back to the UK.
11. Arrive back in the UK.

This safari can be included within other Tanzania safari destinations such as Ruaha; or a beach extension can be added.

Cost

This is a suggested itinerary and an example of our tailor made African wildlife safaris. Please contact us for prices.

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Description

Two of Tanzania's best kept secrets: Unspoilt and pristine, remote and teeming with wildlife, this is a truly rewarding adventure to the beautiful wilds of the southwest.

Take this amazing safari into the most remote and unspoilt regions of Tanzania. Starting with an overnight in a luxurious lodge in Arusha to refresh you from your flight; early the next morning fly to Tanzania's third largest park, Katavi, one of those few, wonderful destinations where other people are an unusual sighting! The endless floodplains, together with palm-fringed Lake Chada and Lake Katavi boast a rich list of over 400 bird species, plus a huge concentration of hippos and crocodiles, not to mention the exciting prospect of spotting the ‘Big Five'.

Scenic Mahale Mountains National Park could almost give you the feeling of being transported to an uninhabited Indian Ocean island, the white sandy beaches of Lake Tanganyika with a backdrop of the mountain slopes; make this one of Tanzania's most beautiful parks. A diverse forest fauna and flora, including troops of red colobus, red-tailed and blue monkeys and a population of some 800 chimpanzees, Mahale feels like a hidden sanctuary forgotten by man - and long may it remain that way.

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