3 Days Chimpanzee Tracking Safari in Uganda
Kibale National Park is a renowned primate’s forest in Uganda and all over Africa. This is the forest with the highest number of primates species in Uganda, and one of the highest primate densities and diversities in the world. 13 species of primates live here, among which include; hundreds of man’s closest relatives the Chimpanzees, Red colobus monkeys, Black-and white colobus monkeys, Red-tailled monkeys, L’hoest’s monkeys, Mangabeys, Pottos, Olive baboons, and many more.
The park is ideal for birders for it boosts over 375 species bird species. A number of these species restricted to the place in the country! A variety of other creatures including butterflies, Buffaloes, and Elephants, have the forest for a home.
Day 1: Commence Chimpanzee Tracking Safari in Uganda
On arrival, Our guide will receive and drive you to Kibale National park for your Chimpanzee tracking experience in western Uganda. On the 5-6 hour drive, you will enjoy a perfect scenic view of Uganda, see local Uganda people in their local life as you go past different vegetation, farms and Tea plantations. You will have Lunch enroute and reach Kibale late afternoon. Overnight at your selected accommodation facility
DAY 2- Chimp tracking and the bigodi wetlands
You will be driven to the headquarters for briefing just after you have had breakfast for a little briefing about the chimpanzee trekking adventure . During this activity, you may see birds like western green tinker bird, olive long tailed cuckoo, the African grey parrot, red chested fluff tail, red winged francolin, green breasted Pitta, white napped pigeon, African Piita, grey winged robin, joyful green bull, grey throated fly catcher, Abyssinian ground thrush, white bellied crested fly catcher, black capped Apalises and many more. You will also spot primates like the blue monkey, red tailed monkey, white checked Mangabey, olive baboon, chimpanzees and black, white and red colobus. Other mammals like blue duiker, genet, bush pig, bush buck and the African civet can also e seen. Spotted in this park though rare are the water bucks, buffalos, warthogs, hippos and the giant forest hog are also present plus forest elephants.
You will be driven to the lodge for lunch and later to the Bigodi wetlands for birding. It hosts about 138 bird species among which are the great blue Turaco. After here, you will be driven back to the lodge for dinner and sleep over.
Day 3: Back to Kampala/Entebbe
After breakfast, you will be picked by your driver and returned to Kampala or Entebbe International Airport in good time for the flight back home.
End of 3 Days Chimpanzee Tracking Safari in Uganda
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