KARIBIA support RESPONSIBLE TOURISM in the area as a strategy of...
local development, which contributes to generating both employment and effective impact of strengthening and empowering the local communities of the Kigoma region (Tanzania), with scarce resources and far from the country's tourist routes. It is a great opportunity in some urban and rural areas, where there are no other alternatives for economic activity, and minimizing the impact on the environment and local culture.
DISCOVER WHAT KIGOMA OFFERS YOU!
If you are looking for a truly wild place in Kigoma (Tanzania) with such a significant representation of the few great apes that remain, and a fascinating story from the 1960s, started by the world famous Dr. Jane Goodall, be sure to visit Gombe National Park.
With an area of 4,471km2, Katavi National Park is the third largest park
of Tanzania and one of the least visited, making it a paradise for
truly intact animal life.
MAHALE MOUNTAINS NP
One of the last places where wild chimpanzees live is in western Tanzania, in the Kigoma region, on the shores of Lake Tanganyika. Visiting the Mahale Mountains National Park and having the experience of tracking chimpanzees in this Jurassic landscape of deep tropical rainforests full of life that reach the shore of the lake is truly magical.
215 km from Kigoma by the
On the road to Mpanda, among the forests, the Nkondwe waterfall of the Lugufu river appears majestic, where spending a weekend will give the opportunity to disconnect, to be flooded with this virgin place wrapped in the sound of falling water, of the wind between the leaves of the thicket, the song of birds and the screech of monkeys.