• Greystoke Mahale, Tanzania

About Greystoke Mahale, Mahale Mountains National Park

About Greystoke Mahale, Mahale Mountains National Park

This luxurious camp is located in a small sandy bay lined with palm trees and backing on to the lush green slopes of the Mahale Mountains; this area of western Tanzania is home to the world’s largest populations of chimpanzees, which guests can observe amongst the vines, waterfalls, exotic birds and butterflies. As well as chimpanzee tracking, many water-based activities are on offer, from snorkelling to fishing.

Set in an isolated location, the camp is accessed by charter flight and local pirogue down the stunning Lake Tanganyika. Accommodation is in six exotic wooden bandas overlooking the white sand beach. 

Camp Details


A luxurious hideaway in a unique location.


Along the eastern shores of Lake Tanganiyika, Greystoke Mahale sits in a small, sandy bay lined with palm trees, and backs onto the lush green slopes of the Mahale Mountains, which tower 8,000 feet above.

Accommodation & Facilities

Six exotic, wooden bandas overlook a white sand beach, set back into the shady tree-line. Short boardwalks link to private bathrooms and each banda features a dressing room, veranda and chill-out deck. The camp has a central dining area, library and exquisite bar – this really is magnificent safari accommodation.


Excellent meals are served in the central dining area.


Chimpanzee tracking is the highlight at Greystone Mahale, with snorkelling, fishing and swimming other popular activities.

Child Policy

Open to children of all ages, with restrictions.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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