Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park is located near Fort Portal and Kasese in western Uganda and covers an area of about 795km between 1100m to 1600m the park is famous for uganda chimapzee trekking or uganda chimpanzee safari. It takes about 2 hours from Kasese and 6 hours from Kampala to Kibale. Kibale national park is a habitat of various wildlife species which include 13 primate species including baboons, red colobus monkeys, mangabey, black and white monkeys, L-Hoest monkeys among others and mammals like mongoose, bushbucks, and warthogs among others bird species like great blue turaco, black and white hornbill among others.

 

Activities in Kibale National Park

Chimpanzee tracking: this is one of the popular and common activity in Kibale national park because Kibale is best known for chimpanzees in East Africa. Chimpanzee tracking starts in the morning at 8:00 am and the afternoon tracking starts at 2:00 pm which involves walking through the forest in search of the chimpanzees for 2-3 hours and when found visitors is limited to one hour in the presence of the primates, other primates that will be viewed include red colobus monkey, blue monkey, L-Hoest monkey, baboons, bush babies among others. Chimpanzee Acclimatization: This is the process that takes place to acclimatize chimpanzees to human presence and takes place at the Kanyach Information Center, known for Primate Migration and Chimpanzee Tracking. During the chimpanzee habituation period, you will learn more about chimpanzee habits such as mating and foraging, and you will have the opportunity to spend time with chimpanzees, so we recommend that you bring a packed lunch and drinking water.

 

Birdwatching: Kibale National Park is home to more than 370 species of his birds and birdwatching tours can be done all year round, starting around 7am from Kanichu in the middle of the park. Birds on display include the papyrus gonorek, white warbler, great blue guillemot, black-and-white hornbill, and breasted his pitta.

Kibale National Park is located near Fort Portal and Kasese in western Uganda and covers an area of about 795km between 1100m to 1600m the park is famous for Uganda chimpazee trekking or uganda chimpanzee safari. It takes about 2 hours from Kasese and 6 hours from Kampala to Kibale. Kibale national park is a habitat of various wildlife species which include 13 primate species including baboons, red colobus monkeys, mangabey, black and white monkeys, L-Hoest monkeys among others and mammals like mongoose, bushbucks, and warthogs among others bird species like great blue turaco, black and white hornbill among others.

Activities in Kibale National Park

Chimpanzee tracking: this is one of the popular and common activity in Kibale national park because Kibale is best known for chimpanzees in East Africa. Chimpanzee tracking starts in the morning at 8:00 am and the afternoon tracking starts at 2:00 pm which involves walking through the forest in search of the chimpanzees for 2-3 hours and when found visitors is limited to one hour in the presence of the primates, other primates that will be viewed include red colobus monkey, blue monkey, L-Hoest monkey, baboons, bush babies among others. Chimpanzee Acclimatization: This is the process that takes place to acclimatize chimpanzees to human presence and takes place at the Kanyach Information Center, known for Primate Migration and Chimpanzee Tracking. During the chimpanzee habituation period, you will learn more about chimpanzee habits such as mating and foraging, and you will have the opportunity to spend time with chimpanzees, so we recommend that you bring a packed lunch and drinking water.

Birdwatching: Kibale National Park is home to more than 370 species of his birds and birdwatching tours can be done all year round, starting around 7am from Kanichu in the middle of the park. Birds on display include the papyrus gonorek, white warbler, great blue guillemot, black-and-white hornbill, and breasted his pitta.

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