Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park

Chimp trackingKibale Forest National Park Uganda is one of the best safari destination in Africa for chimpanzee tracking. Also well known as the primate capital of the world, this park is blessed with about 13 primate species, making it one of the places I the world with the highest concentration of primates. Covered with a bio diverse forest, this park is blessed with several beautiful sceneries and landscapes that can be encountered during the hiking experience. Here you will discover the park’s assorted habitats such as river line forest, swamp, grassland and tropical rainforest.

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What to do in Kibale Forest National Park

Chimpanzee tracking experience

Being a home to over 13 primate species, Kibale Forest National Park is one of the best places in Africa to encounter the primates. Chimpanzee tracking experience cannot be missed while in Kibale forest. During the trekking experience for this great ape that is also man’s closest relative, there are higher chances of meeting many other different primate species that are found in Kibale forest.

Birding in Kibale

Kibale Forest National Park is one of the best birding destinations in Uganda where one can encounter over 350 endemic and migrant bird species. The neighboring Bigodi wetlands is another interesting place where you can encounter several bird species including the rare papyrus Gonolek. Here you may also encounter several primate species such as the black and white colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, vervet monkeys and many more.

Nature walks and hiking experiences

Kibale Forest National Park is one of the very beautiful places in Uganda Ideal for hiking and guided nature walks. The famous crater lakes walk in Kibale takes you through the beautiful crater lakes with excellent views especially when you hike to the top of the world with clear views of the crater lakes and the Rwenzori Mountain ranges. This walk takes you through the local communities, several food crops plantations with a taste of the African culture.


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