Travel with JGI Canada on a private expedition to the world-famous

Tchimpounga sanctuary and Gombe Stream Research Centre

February 5, 2018 to February 12, 2018

The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada is hosting a special, customized trip to our world-class Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center in the Republic of Congo and the Gombe Stream Research Centre in Tanzania where Dr. Jane began her famous study of chimpanzee behaviour.

Working with the Jane Goodall Institute’s expert team in both countries, we have curated a unique and meaningful travel experience to places that are not accessible to the general public.

Senior staff from JGI Canada will accompany you throughout the 8-day trip. We will be joined by local JGI experts, enriching the experience with their passion and insight through presentations and informal discussions.


Itinerary Day 1 Arrive in Pointe Noire, Republic of Congo Stay in Malonda Lodge in the heart of a tropical garden with spectacular ocean views Day 2 Visit Tchimpounga Reserve, home to dozens of rescued chimpanzees Day 3 Enjoy a boat trip along the Kouilou River to see the chimpanzees on the islands Day 4 Fly to Tanzania Day 5 Take a scenic boat ride across Lake Tanganyika to Gombe Research Centre Day 6 Tour Gombe, the site of Dr. Jane’s ground-breaking research. Stay in eco-friendly luxury tents Day 7 Guided chimpanzee trekking in Gombe and hike to “Jane’s Peak” Day 8 Return to Kigoma by boat for departure * tour details subject to change


$15,000 (CAD) *exclusive of international airfare

All meals, in-country transportation, accommodations and guides included.

Experience a trip of a lifetime that will resonate long after you come back.

For more information, please contact Thalia Kornhauser,