Gombe Stream National Park is the smallest Tanzanian National Park.
It consists of a small forest strip wedged between the shores of Lake Tanganyika and a mountain range bordering the lake.
It’s the habitat of the Chimpanzees, man’s closest genetic relative who share 98% of their genes with the Humans.
There are very used to human visitors.
The other visible mammals of Gombe Stream National Park are also primates: Beachcomber Olive Baboons, Red-tailed and Red Colobus Monkeys, etc.
There are around 200 bird varieties in the park.
You can discover this small park only by walking through it.
The best moment to see the Chimpanzees is from July to October and late December (during the dry season).