The western part of Tanzania is the most remote, untouched and least visited parts of the country. Here you will find unique natural parks such as Katavi National Park – one of the few places on earth where you see more lions than people. Lake Tanganyika is the deepest lake in Africa. And the isolated setting of The Mahale Mountains is home to world’s largest known population of chimpanzees in the forests. You can also relax on the beach, go sailing or fishing. For those who aren't afraid to go off the beaten track, you won't be disappointed.
Mix and match
Accommodation while on safari is as varied as the wildlife. There's amazing accommodation available in Tanzania’s most remote regions and you can choose from safari lodges to tented camps. Check the best accommodations in Mahale Mountains and Katavi National Park.
Feel free to mix & match all styles of accommodations to create your dream holiday!
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