At 52 km2 Gombe, situated on Lake Tanganyika, is Tanzania’s smallest national park and home to the pioneering work of the famous researcher Jane Goodall. She began studying the chimpanzees of Gombe in 1960 and the work continues today. The park also has other primates such as the olive baboon and species of colobus monkeys. Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania can be visited via lake-taxi or speed boat from the town of Kigoma. Explore the region when you stay at Gombe Forest Lodge.