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410, 2018

2 Days Kibale National Park Uganda safari – Uganda primate wildlife safari

By |October 4th, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on 2 Days Kibale National Park Uganda safari – Uganda primate wildlife safari

Overview of the 2 Days Kibale National Park safari Uganda

This 2 Days Uganda safari tour takes you to Kibale National Park in southern Uganda, a park that protects the moist evergreen rain forest. At an area of about 766 square kilometers in size it encompasses primarily a moist evergreen forest with a diverse array of landscapes. Kibale National park Uganda is the greatest primate capital in Africa and the world at large.
Uganda safari highlights of the 2 days Kibale National Park safari Uganda

Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to Kibale Forest National Park

Day 2: Do chimpanzee trekking and return back to […]

1309, 2018

1-day chimpanzee trekking safari in Kibale Forest National Park Uganda

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This one day Uganda chimpanzee trekking safari takes you to Uganda’s primate capital, Kibale National Park is situated in south western Uganda in Kabarole district measuring to about 776 square kilometers in size. Kibale National Park is the most magnificent of Uganda’s tropical rain forests and one of the most rewarding areas to explore. Its forest is home to over 13 species primate species including its major attractions; chimpanzees which are man’s closest relatives, the localized Red Colobus, L’Hoest’s monkeys and the endemic Uganda Manbabay.

The Uganda chimpanzee trekking safari activity has two sessions in a day; the morning chimp trekking […]

2308, 2018

Uganda Chimpanzee facts-Where do chimpanzees live?

By |August 23rd, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on Uganda Chimpanzee facts-Where do chimpanzees live?

Kibale National Park is famous for being the primate capital of the world. The park is home to the biggest number of Chimpanzees in the world however, chimpanzees can also be found in Ngamba Island.
Where do chimpanzees live?
Imagine a beautiful tropical island, covered with a soft excellent forest garden with greenery everywhere. For any planned Uganda Safari, Ngamba Island Uganda must be the first impressive island that comes to any tourist’s mind. Ngamba Island itself is like a fairy tale garden, with manlike animals (chimpanzees), whistling and singing birds, fresh air, green views all over the place, makes you feel […]

1608, 2018

The life of Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park

By |August 16th, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on The life of Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park

Chimpanzee trekking safaris Uganda are one of the most popular activities done by tourists on safaris in Uganda. Tourists that safari Uganda for chimpanzee trekking safaris Uganda and chimpanzee habituation in Uganda have chance to encounter with man’s closest relatives (chimpanzees) as they enjoy their stay in the wild.

Chimpanzees are omnivores. They heavily rely on a wide variety fruit and leaves. However, they also eat insects, eggs, nuts. They also hunt down monkeys and other small animals for meat. Have you seen chimpanzees feed? Take a chimpanzee trekking safari Uganda and witness an amazing time yourself.
Chimpanzees during their early stages
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908, 2018

Chimpanzee habituation in Kibale National Park Uganda

By |August 9th, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on Chimpanzee habituation in Kibale National Park Uganda

 

Kibale National Park is the greatest magnificent tropical rain forests in Uganda. It is also one of the most rewarding areas tourists can explore on a Uganda safari. Kibale National Park’s major attraction is the chimpanzees. These are delightful apes that are closest to humans than to any other living creature. Kibale National Park is a highly honored destination for Uganda wildlife safaris in Uganda with the highest density of primates on the continent hence the title; the primate capital of Africa.

Kibale National Park sits on 795 Square Km of moist tropical Forest and swampy valleys located in western Uganda, […]

2607, 2018

Uganda Chimpanzee trekking rules in Kibale Forest National Park

By |July 26th, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on Uganda Chimpanzee trekking rules in Kibale Forest National Park

A Uganda safari to Kibale’s Forest National Park for Uganda chimpanzee trekking safaris is one of the most interesting activities that give you chance to get close to the primates. However before trekking the chimpanzees, their are rules to note. The Chimpanzee trekking rules are pretty much similar to the Uganda gorilla trekking regulations. Chimpanzees are among Africa’ s vulnerable primate species and Kibale National Park is the worl’d primate capital. It has some regulations it put in place to protect the animals’ peace and health during safaris.

Visitors are required to keep a distance of 7 meters when watching the […]

1907, 2018

Dress code for a Uganda chimpanzee trekking safari

By |July 19th, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on Dress code for a Uganda chimpanzee trekking safari

Hello Tourist,

As you plan to join the thousands of people going for Uganda chimpanzee trekking in their beautiful natural habitat, you need to be prepared for the trip both mentally and physically and not forgetting you must be well equipped. Preparation for your Uganda chimpanzee trekking safari includes having a proper trekking wardrobe.

What you must have in your Uganda

chimpanzee trekking safari wardrobe
When going for Uganda chimpanzee trekking safaris, we recommend our clients to wear sturdy clothes to help protect them against scratches as they go for their adventurous chimpanzee trekking Uganda experiences. On your safari Uganda, we would like our […]

706, 2018

Did you know that chimps share 98.5% DNA with Humans?

By |June 7th, 2018|safari news|Comments Off on Did you know that chimps share 98.5% DNA with Humans?

Can you believe chimpanzees are as intelligent as humans? Did you know that chimpanzees are the most intelligent animals in the wild?  Chimpanzees can learn words, make sounds, play with objects, as well as grab people’s attention. they love making kissing sounds and clapping hands; just like humans!!!!!

The only thing that differentiates us from chimpanzees is that we have been influenced largely by cultural factors. Humans have acquired formal education which has exposed them to a lot of technology hence living a civilized life.

Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), also referred to “chimps” are part of the great ape family species just like […]

2211, 2017

Kibale Forest National Park, Uganda

By |November 22nd, 2017|safari news|Comments Off on Kibale Forest National Park, Uganda

With the Lush green forests, a scurry amongst the leaves and the call of the wild amongst shaking trees. These are the things that will make you feel wild and free while in Kibale Forest National Park.

As part of your East African adventure, visit Uganda and Kibale Forest where the chimpanzees roam free. It’s amazing how fast they can move, even when they are on the ground in groups!

The region around Kibale Forest is lined with tea plantations and a real raw and natural way of life. Like much of Africa, it really puts our life in perspective seeing how […]

911, 2017

The Amazing Chimps of the World – Facts – Kibale Forest News

By |November 9th, 2017|Uganda Safari News|Comments Off on The Amazing Chimps of the World – Facts – Kibale Forest News

Chimpanzees stand alongside gorillas as Africa’s only great apes and are the closest living relatives of humans, thus in Chimpanzee Safaris in Uganda are often compared with Uganda Gorilla Safaris. The common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) is the best known of two species – the other being the bonobo, which is smaller, less aggressive and forms female, rather than male-dominated societies.

Uganda safari visitors are always amazed by the close affinity of chimps with humans that is evident in many aspects of their behavior, from their large brains and complex social intelligence and communication skills, to their ability to fashion and use […]

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