Western Circuit Tanzania

Western Circuit Tanzania

Western Circuit Tanzania is extremely remote, exceedingly beautiful, and easily accessible filled thrilling vistas.

Tanzania’s Western Circuit embraces most of the wilderness and adventure and a heaven for those who love chimpanzees.

Western Circuit Tanzania is extremely remote, exceedingly beautiful, and easily accessible filled thrilling vistas. With lots of choices, you just need to know where to go.

Listed-below are the Well-Known Tourist Spots To Explore In Western Tanzania Circuit:

Saanane Island National ParkThe Park comprises of three islets and aquatic environment

Rubondo Island National Park The Park includes Rubondo Island and quite a few other small islands of Lake Victoria.

Mwanza CityThe major Tanzanian port on Lake Victoria and a major centre of economic activities in the region

Mahale Mountains National ParkThe Park is home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees, a population of roughly 900

Lake VictoriaAfrica’s largest lake and the largest tropical lake in the world, and the planet’s second-largest freshwater lake

Lake Tanganyika World’s longest (660km), deepest in Africa and second-deepest in the world (more than 1436m) and second-largest (by volume) freshwater lake.

Gombe National Park-Famous for chimpanzee population and subsequent habituation and full of wilderness

Katavi National Park The real Eden of the Southern Highlands harbouring a dense wildlife population, particularly the world’s largest herd of buffalos and a great number of rhinos.

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Katavi National Park

Covering an area of 4,471 sq km,  Katavi National park is the third largest park in Tanzania. This western park of Tanzania is easily accessed by charter flights.

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    Gombe National Park

    Covering an area of only 56 km, Gombe National Park is Tanzania’s smallest park. The park’s most attractions are its famous primate inhabitants and its connection to Jane Goodall. First researched in the 60’s by Jane

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      Lake Tanganyika

      Lake Tanganyika is placed on the western edge of Lake Tanganyika. It is popularly known as World’s longest and second deepest lake. The Lake is nearly 9 to 12 million years old.

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        Lake Victoria

        Lake Victoria is the famous being the largest Lake in Africa and the second largest fresh water lake in the World.The Lake spreads with an area of 68,800 sq km and stands 1100m above the sea

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          Mahale Mountains National Park

          The park is famous among visitors because of holding an abundant number of chimpanzees. In addition to chimpanzee, Mahale is heaven for other primates.

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            Mwanza City

            Location:  North Western (NW) Tanzania Mwanza city is the major port on Lake Victoria. It is also famous as a prime centre of economic activities. The city borders East African neighbours like Uganda to the North

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              Rubondo Island National Park

              Established – 1965 Size- 240 sq km Location:  Western Tanzania Rubondo Island is one of Tanzania’s smallest National Parks, occupying the entire island. Covering an area of 240 sq km, the park is known as the

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                Saanane Island National Park

                In 1964, Saanane was the first zoo in Tanzania. Later in 1991, it was recognized as a game reserve and then in 2013, it was gazetted as a National Park.

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