Mahale Mountains National Park
Area: 1613 km2
Mahale Mountains are home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild
chimpanzees: its 60 individuals form what is known as the "M" group.
Apart from the chimps and other monkeys, the park also accommodates more than 300 types of butterflies. Waterfalls and bush pigs are commonly seen. The western slopes of Mahale Mountains are unique because they contain savanna-adapted species that are often found in East and South African forests.