Gombe Stream National Park Tanzania
Gombe stream national park in Tanzania is located in the western Kigoma Region, this park is one of the smallest parks in Tanzania living along the hills of the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika. Gombe stream national park was established in 1968 covering an area of 52 square kilometers, the park is composed of steep valleys, grasslands, woodlands, and tropical rainforests.
Gombe stream national park is famous for being a site where Jane Goodall research conducted research on olive baboons, chimpanzees, vervet monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, and many other primates. Gombe stream national park is home to primate species, mammals, and bird species.
Primates in this park include chimpanzees, Olive baboons, chimpanzees, vervet monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, and blue monkeys, other animals include bush pigs, hippopotamus, leopards, and many more.
Gombe Stream national park is a habitat to over 200 bird species such as the common African Fish eagle, the Common paradise flycatcher, Tropical Boubou, Livingstone’s turaco, African broadbill, double-toothed barbet, crowned eagle, and Golden-rumped tinker bird, and many more.
Things to do in Gombe Stream national park include fishing, hiking, boat rides, swimming, guided nature walks, chimpanzee tracking, and bird watching.