Mahale Mountains National Park

Mahale Mountains National Park

Welcome To Mahale Mountains National Park

Extraordinary, peaceful and enchanting Mahale Mountains National Park is a remote and immaculate heaven. Set somewhere down in the core of the African inside, Mahale is altogether different from other National Parks in Tanzania in that there are no streets or vehicles. It offers its guests the opportunity to encounter the unrivaled harmony and serenity of one of the Earth's final genuinely perfect wild territories.

Mahale Mountains National Park is an amazing mix of abandoned shorelines, completely clear waters, emerald green woodland and tremendous and emotional mountain landscape. It is a standout amongst Africa's most shocking, select and remarkable goals. The Mahale Mountains frame a delightful setting to the sandy sounds and rough shores of Lake Tanganyika. The mountains are shrouded in backwoods that are home to an abundance of wildlife, including panthers, warthogs, porcupines, otters, a variety of reptiles and birds, and no under nine primate species that the park is celebrated for.

Following the chimps in Mahale is a mystical ordeal. Amid your climb to achieve the chimps you will end up drenched in the otherworldly sights and hints of Mahale's staggering tropical woodland. Expansive, energetic butterflies bounce over the completely clear streams, birds vacillate and call in the midst of the undergrowth and monkeys hoot and snort as they play and crash about the timberland shade.

Despite the fact that the chimps are the star fascination, the slants bolster a various wildlife, including promptly watched troops of red colobus, red followed and blue monkeys and a vivid cluster of brilliant woodland birds.

Lake Tanganyika is the world's longest, second most profound and least dirtied freshwater lake and harbors an expected 400 fish species. You can take a plunge in its turquoise blue waters. Incredibly, Lake Tanganyika contains 17% of the Earth's crisp water and is home to more than 400 fish species. Guests to Mahale frequently accept the open door to swim in this delightful lake and view the plenteous marine life.

How To Getting There

How To Getting There

Mahale Mountains National Park is one of the remote national park of Tanzania. However, it's engaging perspective and encompassing with the chimpanzee makes it one celebrated traveller goal of Tanzania. Anyway there no road courses accessible to Mahale Mountains and the best way to visit it is through water ways or aviation routes.

Air Way

Air Way

Flight:

You can take planned departure from Kilimanjaro International Airport found in Arusha city, or Julius Nyerere International Airport to Kigoma Airport from where you can take a chartered flight to the airstrip in Mahale.

Water Way

Water Way

Boat Ride:

You need to reach Kimoga first which is 130 km from Mahale from where you can take pontoon ride to MV Liemba from where you need to reach Lagosa by vessel, from where the park's watercraft would take you inside the park.

Best Time to Visit

Best Time to Visit

Mahale Mountains is accessible throughout the year, however the best time to visit is during the dry season, July to October. It is the time when chimpanzees are easily spotted and you can go for trekking without any problem. It is best to avoid the months of April and May because most of the lodges are closed and the chance to sight chimps are also less.

Activities To Do

Activities To Do

Mahale Mountains National Park isn't only known for chimpanzee trekking. You can likewise go for amusement drives at the Lake Tanganyika, which gives you an experience which isn't accessible at different parks. Different activities you can appreciate at the park are:

  • Birding safari
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Snorkelling
  • Fishing
  • Water sports

What to See

Mahale Mountains is famed for its Chimpanzee. Aside from chimpanzees, you can see different animals, for example, leopards, hippos, crocodiles, monkeys, alongside forest birds at Mahale.

You likewise visit the shoreline on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, watch the stunning sun rise and sun set not on the horizon of Tanganyika.

Lion

Elephant

Cheetah

Leopard

Giraffe

Hippo

Destination Preparation

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