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Still a 'one-off', this extraordinary camp in remote western Tanzania serves up a storybook tropical forest full of chimpanzees to hang out with, the second deepest lake in the world - Lake Tanganyika - all yours to explore by boat or kayak and mountains full of waterfalls, chimps and other gentle forest mammals, the odd leopard, and a treasure trove of birds and butterflies. Greystoke was, and still is, the original Mahale camp.
Greystoke is one of only two camps from which you can spend time with the habituated chimpanzees of the M-Group. Lake Tanganyika, the deepest lake in the world, offering the chance to see rare species of cichlid and other marine life.
Other activities on offer are kayaking, fishing, swimming in waterfalls in the mountains, forest walks, birds and butterflies unique to the forest.
P.O. Box 681 Usa River, Mahale-Mtns-National-ParkView Larger Map
Best For Whom
- All Ages
- Families With Children
Best For What
- Off The Beaten Path