15 days / 14 nights
Prepare for an amazing safari holiday in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. View pictures, read reviews, compare prices, and book Gombe Stream National Park safari trips at BookAllSafaris.com!
Gombe Stream National Park is the smallest national park in Tanzania. The reason its name might sound familiar is because it is where British primatologist Jane Goodall performed her behavioral studies on chimpanzees. It is also home to the Kasakela chimp community, famous for being featured in books and documentaries. Aside from chimpanzees, you’ll be able to spot blue monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, olive baboons, and vervet monkeys. And also, if you’re lucky, some of the park’s 200 bird species. Reserve your spot on a Gombe Stream National Park safari and follow in Jane Goodall footsteps!
Kenya has become the go-to destination to experience a true African safari. In fact, this emerging east African country has dominated other iconic African safari destinations by the likes of South Africa, Tanzania, Namibia, and Uganda, and has been voted world’s top safari destination by the World Travel Awards twice over!
The planet Earth is a weird and wonderful place so it is no wonder that we humans just love exploring its ever-changing surface. The history of life on Earth goes back about 3.8 million years and is believed to have started with single-celled prokaryotic cells that evolved over billions of years into what we know and recognize today.
Think about the last time you got up to get a glass of water. It probably wasn’t too much of an effort, now was it? All you really needed to do was take a few steps from your living room to the kitchen, reach into the cupboard to grab a clean glass and then hold it under a fresh stream of clean water that gushed from the faucet as soon as you opened it.
‘The year is 2019 and Cape Town has become the first major urban center to run out of water’ - It’s hard to believe that this could have been the headline splashed on the front of newspapers across the world. Thankfully, the city of Cape Town has narrowly avoided this disastrous state, but this doesn’t mean that we’re in the clear just yet. Here’s what you need to know about the drought and what this city did to prevent Day Zero.