3 Days Chimpanzee Tracking

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3 Days | 2 Nights

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Safari Overview

Depart Kampala and drive westwards using Mityana-Mubende road through local villages and the beautiful scenic view of tea plantations, arriving Fort portal for lunch and proceed to Kibale forest environs.

Check in at:

For overnight stay.

Drive Time: 5-6 Hours

 

ABOUT KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK

The park is composed of permanent rain forest representing a fascinating diversity of animals and boosts the highest concentration of the endangered chimpanzees across Africa. It is therefore the best destination across Africa for Chimpanzee tracking and chimpanzee habituation.

 
Other animals on the check list may include:
  • Red colobus monkey,
  • Black and white colobus monkey,
  • Blue monkey
  • Grey-cheeked mangabey,
  • Red tailed monkey,
  • Bush babies 
  • Pottos
  • Elephants,
  • forest buffaloes,
  • bush pigs.

…as well as over 325 bird species and counts of butterfly species and a total number of 250 tree species are recorded.

Full Itinerary

Have an early morning breakfast and quickly swing in action for chimpanzee tracking, deep into the forest.

Return to the lodge for lunch and later launch a swamp walking expedition through the Bigodi area of swamps and papyrus, in search for bird species including:

  • White-spotted Flufftail,
  • Blue-headed Coucal,
  • Blue-breasted Kingfisher,
  • Yellow-billed Barbet,
  • Scaly-throated Honey guide,
  • Scaly-breasted Illadopsis,
  • Blue-shouldered 
  • Snowy-headed Robin-Chats,
  • Black-faced Rufous Warbler
  • The Great Blue Turacos

ABOUT KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK

The park is composed of permanent rain forest representing a fascinating diversity of animals and boosts the highest concentration of the endangered chimpanzees across Africa. It is therefore the best destination across Africa for Chimpanzee tracking and chimpanzee habituation.

 
Other animals on the check list may include:
  • Red colobus monkey,
  • Black and white colobus monkey,
  • Blue monkey
  • Grey-cheeked mangabey,
  • Red tailed monkey,
  • Bush babies 
  • Pottos
  • Elephants,
  • forest buffaloes,
  • bush pigs.

...as well as over 325 bird species and counts of butterfly species and a total number of 250 tree species are recorded.

Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda.

The city is divided into five boroughs that oversee local planning:

  • Kampala Central Division,
  • Kawempe Division,
  • Makindye Division,
  • Nakawa Division, and Rubaga Division.

Surrounding Kampala is the rapidly growing Wakiso District, whose population more than doubled between 2002 and 2014 and now stands at over 2 million.

Kampala was named the 13th fastest growing city on the planet, with an annual population growth rate of 4.03 percent by City Mayors and has been ranked the best city to live in East Africa ahead of Nairobi and Kigali by Mercer, a global development consulting agency based in New York City.

Safari Inclusions  

All activities in the Itinerary, transport and accommodation.



Safari Exclusions  

Personal expenses.

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