After breakfast you will be transferred to the airstrip for scheduled flight to Mahale (there is a stop en route to refuel). You may have time to freshen up and discover your room before lunch is served in the shade on the beach. You are free to spend the remainder of the day in any way you choose. Soak up sun’s heat on the beach or climb aboard the old wooden dhow for a sundowner cruise stopping along the way to fish. Arrive back at camp in time for piping hot showers followed by a three-course meal served overlooking the lake. The Mahale Mountains are home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees; a population of roughly 800. The mountain’s vegetation contains a wide array of habitat types ranging from overlapping rainforests, woodlands and bamboo forest to montane forest and grasslands supporting a unique mix of flora and fauna. Visitors are definitely in for a treat if they make it to this corner of unspoiled Africa.