Greystoke Mahale
Greystoke Mahale

Greystoke Mahale

A wonderful experience - the camp, the remote destination, the chimpanzees and the adventure. Greystoke Mahale personifies true paradise with its idyllic location, clear waters and breathtaking scenery hosting the world's largest population of chimpanzees.

USD 450+ per person sharing per night
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Greystoke Mahale Highlights

Greystoke Mahale offers a unique location on a remote beach on the edge of Lake Tanganyika in the Mahale Mountains National Park in western Tanzania. Greystoke Mahale personifies true paradise with its idyllic location, clear waters and breathtaking scenery hosting the world's largest population of chimpanzees. The Mahale Mountains form the backdrop of the camp and is within hiking distance of a group of 60 chimpanzees. Guests can explore the magnificent tropical forests every day to witness these fascinating animals. The forest offers eight other species of primate, elusive forest mammals, birds, butterflies, giant vines and waterfalls. Other activities include forest hikes, fishing or kayaking along the lake shore.

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Useful Information
  • Small thatched banda style camp
  • Each unit overlooks the beach & Lake Tanganyika
  • Extremely professional and expert camp guides to track chimps
  • Perfect honeymoon location

Greystoke Mahale Game Viewing and Activities

The Mahale Mountains National Park can only be reached by air or boat and is among the least accessible and least visited parks on the African continent and undeniable one of the most beautiful. The park consists of an area of approximately 1 613 km² of rocky rainforest and is home to around 700 resident chimpanzees. This National Park has been rated as one of Africa's top destinations for viewing chimpanzees. Apart from chimpanzees other wildlife in the park includes leopard, bushbuck, bushpig, other primates and a multitude of birds and butterflies which are found throughout the forested slopes of the mountains. The waters of Lake Tanganyika, the second deepest in the world after Russia's Lake Baikal, offer over 250 species of cyclid, (tropical fish).

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