Chimpanzee Tracking-Habituation-Kibale National Park-Uganda, Most visitors to Kibale National Park are here for a range of activities including, Uganda chimpanzee tracking, the Bigodi swamp walk, and the primate walk through the forest. Primate lovers will have a memorable experience visiting Kibale National Park as 13 primates species can be seen, as well as different types of monkeys. The star and biggest attraction to the Kibale Forest Nature walk however are undoubtedly the chimpanzees.
The chance of locating chimps at Kibale National Park is 90% high when compared to other places including Kyambura Gorge or Nyungwe National Park in Rwanda. The success rate is extremely high as there are a very high concentration and high population density of chimps in Kibale National Park with large chimp numbers in each troop. Guided chimp tracking walks start at 8:00 am and 2:00 pm and last an average of two to three hours.
The full-day Kibale National Park Chimpanzee Habituation Experience gives visitors a chance to work with a chimp community that is undergoing habituation. If you arrive early you will get a chance to witness the chimpanzees waking up from their overnight nests between 6:00 – 6:30 am before they go about their daily business, mating feeding, looking for food, breastfeeding, playing, resting, patrolling, and cheekily jumping from tree to tree until about 7:00 pm when they return to build new nests for the night.
Chimpanzee Tracking in Queen Elizabeth National Park -Kyambura Gorge
In addition to tracking chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park, visitors are able to see chimpanzees in Kyambura Gorge sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The chances of seeing the chimpanzees in Kyambura Gorge are much less than in Kibale National Park. The Kyambura Gorge chimpanzee experience is more geared towards meeting the chimpanzees in their natural habitat and surroundings. Kyambura Gorge also offers visitors the experience to watch birds, see monkeys and participate in a chimpanzee habituation experience, like in Kibale, chimp tracking tours last between 1-3 hours and commence at both 8 am and 14:00 hrs daily all year round.
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