Ruwa Adventure is proud to offer an extraordinary expedition to Gombe National Park, a hidden gem nestled on the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania. Covering approximately 52 square kilometers, this park is renowned for its pioneering chimpanzee research conducted by Jane Goodall, revolutionizing our understanding of primates and their behaviors.

Our immersive journey to Gombe National Park unveils a realm of pristine wilderness where lush forests meet the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tanganyika. Accompanied by seasoned guides, adventurers will trek through dense vegetation, discovering not only chimpanzees but also a diverse array of wildlife, including baboons, red-tailed monkeys, and various bird species.

Delve into the history of groundbreaking scientific research as you explore the very grounds where Jane Goodall conducted her groundbreaking observations. Engage in up-close chimpanzee encounters, observing their intricate social interactions and human-like behaviors. Traverse well-maintained trails, absorbing the park’s serene atmosphere and breathtaking vistas.

Ruwa Adventure ensures a sustainable and respectful approach to ecotourism, prioritizing conservation efforts and minimal environmental impact. Our expeditions support local communities, contributing to their well-being while fostering a deeper appreciation for the region’s natural wonders. Join us on an unforgettable expedition to Gombe National Park, where scientific heritage and natural beauty converge to offer an unparalleled journey into the heart of Africa’s wildlife wonders.