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Western Tanzania is rough, remote frontier land, with vast trackless expanses, minimal infrastructure and few visitors: not much different to when Stanley found Livingstone here.
The west serves a sense of adventure now extinct in the rest of the country. This is precisely what attracts a trickle of travelers, many of whom plan their itineraries around the schedules of the MV Liemba, which sails down Lake Tanganyika, and the Central Line train, which crosses the country.
But its wildlife watching that brings most people. Gombe Stream, Jane Goodall’s former stomping grounds, and Mahale Mountains National Parks are two of the world’s best places for chimpanzee encounters, while the vast flood-plains of rarely visited Katavi National Park offer an almost primeval safari experience.
Unless you charter a plane as part of a tour, you’ll need plenty of time and patience to travel here. But, for that certain sort of traveler, Tanzania’s west is Tanzania’s best.
These custom ready-made itineraries are only inspired by our travel experts and from the travelers who have traveled with us and given us positive feedback about their tour itineraries so we choose to share them with our future clients to have an opportunity to taste them. But we are always flexible in creating a tailor-made itinerary for our clients, so feel free to tell us what you want to experience on your trip (parks to visit, type and standard of accommodation, when to visit, number of days, etc.) and our safari experts will advise and prepare a nice proposal for you
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