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Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park (formerly Kibale Forest NP) is the best place for chimpanzee trekking in Uganda. Thirteen species of primates have been recorded, which is the highest number for any Ugandan park, and several monkey species can usually be seen on forest walks. Birds and butterflies are abundant.

Wildlife Highlights

The park provides refuge to the world’s largest population of the endangered red colobus monkey, and it is an important stronghold for Uganda mangabey, a rare national endemic (meaning it only occurs in Uganda).

Kibale is home to many mammal species aside from primates, but they are rarely encountered. Elephant and buffalo roam the forest and other species present are giant forest hog, warthog, bushpig, bushbuck, and blue, red and Peter’s duiker.

Best Time for Wildlife Viewing

The Dry seasons (from June to July and December to February) are the best times for tracking chimpanzees. The park stays open throughout the year, but in heavy rain, the trails might be difficult to walk, and the overall experience might be compromised.

Activities & Transportation

  • Activities: game drivesgorilla trekkingchimpanzee trekking & boat trip

  • Game drives: pop-up roof 4×4 vehicle

  • Getting around: pop-up roof 4×4 vehicle

  • transfer from and back to the airport is included

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