Tracking the chimpanzee is a very interesting and unforgatable primate safari experience. The way they feed, climb trees, respond to humans, caring for their young ones, is just phenomenal.
Be part of the drama of life in a rain forest that can be observed in the Kibale National Park. This park is notable for its primate population, with the chimpanzees being the most famous.
That's not all, you can also be part of the habituation team that goes in the morning to study the behaviour of this primate in order to make them get used to human beings.
Kiba national park
Queen Elizabeth national park
2 Days Chimpanzee Trekking in Kibale Forest
Discover and explore Kibale Forest on this 2 Days (1 Night) magical adventure! Visit the crater lakes and Kasanda forest to look for different bird species and then on your second day move into the Forest for Chimpanzee trekking. primates that include phoestes, Red-Colobus, Blues, Red-tailed and grey cheeked Mangabey etc. Enjoy birding and nature walks as you explore all the forest’s fauna and flora.....[Click here for details of this tour....
4 DAYS UGANDA PRIMATES SAFARI
A 4 days (3 nights) adventure combining Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Track chimpanzees in Kibale Forest and go for game viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, you may see Buffaloes, Elephants, Lions, Bushbucks, Leopards, Oribs, Jackson heartbeast. For bird lovers, there is a variety of bird species that can be seen on this Uganda adventure......[Click here for details of this tour....]
12 DAYS SUPER GORILLA SAFARI UGANDA
Day 3-The Uganda gorilla safari tracking
In the morning, encounter the gorilla tracking which can take you the whole day, here you will go with packed lunch come back, afternoon you can do community walk dinner overnight to the Gorilla resort...[Click here for details of this tour....]
10 DAYS TREKKING TOUR MOUNTAIN RWENZORI HIKING
Day 3: Climb- to Nyabitaba through Bakonjo homestead
After breakfast we shall begin to climb- to Nyabitaba Hut (2650m) and proceed to Nyakalengija trailhead (1600m). Make final arrangements for a guide and porters. Begin hiking up to Nyabitaba hut; walk through the banana shambas on the side of the steep foothills, past the typical Bakonjo homesteads with the children waving you on......[Click here for details of this tour....]