Why Opt For Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale National Park
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Kibale National Park not only has the largest concentration of chimpanzees in East Africa, a record of over 1450 chimps but is also has one the most beautiful tropical forests in the Africa that will leave any nature lover and birder wanting some more. Chimpanzee tracking can be carried out throughout the year in the park although it’s much better experienced during the dry season from December to February.
With many places in Uganda where you can do chimp trekking, here are the reasons why you should opt to do it in Kibale forest and not other park.
High chimp sighting chances
The park is home to over 1400 chimps of the total 4950 Uganda and so the chance of seeing these primates on a safari is 90 to 100%. A guided walk through the lovely terrains of the forest with experienced rangers to find the chimps can lead to you spending an hour watching the chimpanzees play and interact with each other. Along the way you can also get a chance to see other primates like the red tailed monkey, black and white colobus as well as different species of birds.
Chimpanzee habituation experience
Visitors to Kibale Park can get a lifetime opportunity to spend the whole day with the chimps by following researchers who are habituating the chimps. You will see how the chimps eat, sleep and play in entirety while taking memorable photos too.
The park is found in the most rewarding destinations
The Kibale-Fort Portal area has so many tourist attractions that are close to the Kibale park like serene Ndali-Kasenda crater area as well as the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Rwenzori mountains and the Semuliki national park which are half-day away from it. This makes visiting the other attractions quite an easy and amazing experience.
If you are looking for the perfect destination to enjoy chimpanzee tracking in Uganda, Kibale forest should be your number one choice given it huge population of chimpanzees plus other primate species, bird and plants. For bookings or inquiries, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us now on +256-758 540071.