Southern/Western Tanzania

Greystoke Mahale

Chimps are the big attraction. After decades of scientific study, many are habituated. About 1000 live in Mahale and many live near Greystoke Mahale, a unique camp for sure. It sits on the white sand beach of Lake Tanganyika backed by the forested Mahale Mountains. It’s incredibly remote and the area offers great landscapes.

Sand Rivers Selous

San Rivers Selous prides itself on the sights and sounds of the river and the remote feeling in one of the biggest remaining wilderness areas in Africa. There is varied terrain and game viewing, and it’s a good place to see wild dogs.