* Gorilla Trekking Tour 4 day
* Gorilla Tracking Safari 7 days
Chimpanzee holidays Uganda
* Uganda chimp safari 5 days
* Chimpanzee tracking tour 8 days
Uganda Wildlife tours
* Excursions in Uganda
* Queen Elizabeth Safari -3 Days
* Murchison Falls Tour -3 Days
* Uganda Walking Safari -7 Days
* Uganda Wildlife Safari -8 Days
* Rwenzori hiking Tour -10 Days
* Uganda Wildlife Tour -15 Days
* Wildlife, Birds, Scenery -15 Days
* Uganda Birdwatching Tour -15 Days
With the populations of Chimpanzees coming under pressure, this is your chance to see these endangered animals in the wild. Unlike in most countries, Uganda has chimps conserved in their natural environment among thick vegetation mountains and valleys.
A chimpanzee safari involves a visit to the chimpanzees of Kibale. Chimp trekking is an amazing experience but as you walk through the forest you may come across a variety of other Uganda forest life along the way such as birds, reptiles, monkeys and other primates.
Kibale Chimpanzee Safari park is in Western Uganda, 35 km from Fort Portal town, which is 360kms from Kampala via Mubende town. The Park is home to several families of primates including habituated chimpanzees. It has 11 species of primates, including many families of chimps and colobus monkeys, buffalo, warthog, Uganda kob and over 300 bird species.
Bwindi is one of the few forests where gorillas and chimps co-exist. Chimps, however, are rarely seen there, as they live lower down when both species are present. The Ugandan variety (Pan Troglodytes Schweinfurthi) is long-haired and lives in those forests where there is a rich, all year round food supply.
You can also trek Chimpanzees at Kyambura Gorge and on your way south. Depending on your route, you have the opportunity to visit the tree climbing lions of Ishasha in Queen Elizabeth wildlife park before arriving at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest where you track the endangered mountain gorilla!
You will also visit the Ngamba Chimpanzee sanctuary which was established on an island in Lake Victoria to provide a safe-haven for orphaned animals, it has already become a popular tourist attraction.
Murchison falls also hosts a number of them so do not forget to trek through the forest to watch them.
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