Kibale National Park is located in western Uganda and it’s one of the greatest rain forest in East Africa. It has an altitude of 3,300 meters above the sea level. This national park is famous for the chimpanzees and many other primate species like gorillas. Kibale is a 6 hour drive from Kampala to western Uganda. This western part of Uganda is dotted with dazzling green pastures, breathtaking hilly landscape and plenty of cattle. Expect to see huge herds of cattle grazing in the cool weather and extravagant green grasslands as you drive to and through the park. Kibale forest national park, as the name suggests is a park in the forest so expect lots and lots of trekking.
Kibale chimpanzee trekking safari will take you through all the places to find all sorts of primates that will satisfy all your imagination and dreams. Chimpanzee trekking is one of the most fascinating safaris undertaken in the forest since it is habited by a vast number of the primates. Each family of chimpanzees has over 120 individuals and each group has got a complicated social structure.
Each group has got an adult male and this one is responsible for dominating and defending the group against any incursions by the other male outsiders as you will observe with Margic safaris as your guide. The small chimpanzees always move in small groups. Unlike gorillas that move on their own except for mothers who move carrying their young.
Also expect to see a variety of bird species nestled under trees in the forest. After spending time with the chimpanzees, the wetlands are a home to a variety of monkey species that you are bound to find intriguing.
You will walk to Kanyanchu river camp while on this adventure; this is the most popular of all walks inside this park. It takes you through a diversity of flora zones and displays a number of wild animals along the way living inside the forest. Since all primates are found in the place , it is surely a destination you cannot miss.
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