Western Tanzania's 13-kilometer-long Gombe National Park borders Lake Tanganyika. The park covers 56 square kilometres, including a 100-meter coastline strip. It became a nature reserve in 1943 and a national park in 1968. Its altitudes are 773–1,500 metres (Mitumba).
Kibale National Park contains one of the loveliest and most varied tracts of tropical forest in Uganda. Forest cover, interspersed with patches of grassland and swamp, dominates the northern and central parts of the park on an elevated plateau.
In 1984, Mahale Mountains National Park was created. It is 1613 square kilometres in size and spans 60 kilometres from north to south. It is between 773 and 2,462 metres above sea level (Mt Nkungwe). The mountain range splits the park in half.
Tanzania's Rubondo Island National Park is situated in the southwest corner of Lake Victoria. The area of the main island is 237 square kilometres. The island shelters ten islets, none exceeding 2 square kilometres in size. These eleven islands comprise Rubondo Island National Park, which encompasses 456,8 square kilometres.
In 2005, Saadani National Park was designated as Tanzania's thirteenth national park. Saadani is a one-of-a-kind sanctuary where beach life and forest life mix. You may take a refreshing dip in the Indian Ocean after your safari, and you'll also get to see a unique combination of marine and terrestrial vegetation and animals in a stunning natural setting.