Mahale National Park

Mahale National Park on the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika in western Tanzania, is a hidden gem that offers a truly remote and remarkable safari experience. 

Untouched Wilderness, Chimp Trekking

With its untouched wilderness, towering mountains, and thriving population of chimpanzees, Mahale National Park is a sanctuary for wildlife and adventure seekers alike. A haven of unspoiled natural beauty where dense forests, crystal-clear rivers, and rugged mountains converge. The park’s most famous inhabitants are its chimpanzees, and Mahale is recognised as one of the best places in the world for chimp trekking. Embark on an unforgettable journey through the verdant forest with your experienced guides in search of these fascinating primates. As you navigate the park’s diverse habitats, you may encounter colobus monkeys, baboons, bushbucks, and a variety of bird species. 

Discover Majestic Mountains and Pristine Beaches

The Mahale National Park landscapes encompass both mountains and lakeshore. The Mahale Mountains form part of the eastern rift escarpment and rise dramatically from the shores of Lake Tanganyika to provide a stunning backdrop to your stay. Hiking through the mountain rewards with panoramic vistas and the opportunity to learn more about the endemic flora and fauna. At the same time, the park’s pristine shore, lapped by the turquoise waters of Lake Tanganyika, provides a serene setting for reflection. Enjoy moments of tranquillity and relaxation, swim in the clear waters, and embark on a boat excursion to explore the lake’s aquatic wonders.


Mahale National Park offers intimate and exclusive accommodations that blend harmoniously with the natural surroundings. From rustic Robinson Crusoe-type beachfront lodges to tented camps nestled among the trees.