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Kibale Forest National Park Uganda – Chimpanzee Tracking – CHEX

Kibale Forest National Park Uganda supports Chimpanzee tracking, Chimpanzee Habituation Experience- CHEX, Bird watching, Bigodi  Swamp Cultural walk, lot of primates

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park has one among the richest ecosystems within the whole of continent. It contains over 340 birds species, fourteen species of snakes, twenty seven species of frogs and toads, a minimum of twenty species of alternative reptiles and a minimum of two hundred species of butterflies. Alternative animals to be seen here include: Pan troglodytes, elephant, bush pig, big forest hog, crackers and rodents, etc.

Primates combined with quick access, a decent infrastructure and a spread of fascinating Activities build Kibale Forest National Park ideal for primate watching safaris to Republic of Uganda. The park hosts a population of over 1,000 chimpanzees, of which one 80-strong community has been habituated to traveller visits, yet as half-a-dozen promptly determined monkey species, as well as the athletic red Columbus monkey and black-and-white Columbus monkey, and therefore the handsome L’Hoest’s monkey.

The area is especially occupied by 2 tribes i.e. Batooro and Bakiga traditionally both tribes use the forest for food, fuel, building materials and medicines.

Activities in Kibale Forest National Park include;

-Chimpanzee tracking (book chimpanzee permits with Katona Tours and Travel now. Give us a call on +256774161700)

-CHEX- Chimpanzee Habituation Experience

-Bird watching

-Bigodi swamp cultural walk

Accommodation in Kibale Forest National Park

-Ndali Lodge and Kyaninga Lodge (High end lodges)

-Kibale Forest camp/Kibale safari Lodge/ Primate Lodge Kibale (Mid-range Lodges)

-Kibale Forest camp/Kibale guest house (Budget)



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