Kibale Forest National Park

Nairobi National Park: “the World’s only Wildlife Park within a Capital City”
350km west of Kampala (4.5 hour drive). This 760km² area of rainforest, interspersed with patches of grassland and swamp, supports a rich variety of fauna, 250 species of animal and over 300 birds. There are 13 different primates here, the highest total for any Ugandan National Park, including a large population of chimpanzees, some of which have been habituated. Of the birds, the Prigogine’s ground thrush, the only bird that is endemic to Uganda, can be found.

Kibale is one in all the most attractive national parks in Uganda with tropical rainforest, and a multiplicity of animals. Kibale Forest harbors the principal figure of chimpanzees and more than 1,450 are protected inside the park. At Kanyanchu, a community chimpanzee has been habituated for 16 years. This gives tourists a chance to see the great apes in their natural environment at this exclusive Uganda safaris. Threatened red colobus monkeys and the rare I’hoesti monkey are found in the park. At the same time the forest has one of the highest diversity and density of primates in AfricaKibale National Park, 766 kms, forms a joinf block with queen Elizabeth national park. Famous for primate watching safaris and other tours.

The most accessible of Uganda’s major rainforests, Kibale is home to a remarkable 13 primate species, including the very localised red colobus and L’Hoest’s monkey. Kibale’s major attraction, however, is the opportunity to track habituated chimps – these delightful apes, more closely related to humans than to any other living creature, are tremendous fun to watch as they squabble and play in fruiting trees. A network of shady forest trails provides much to delight botanists and butterfly lovers, while birders are in for a treat with 335 species recorded including the endemic Prirogrine’s ground thrush.

Species. Find over 60 mammal specials, not limited to buffaloes, elephants, hippos, bushpigs, warthogs, duikers and so much more. Over 13 species of primates, there is a very large number of Uganda National Parks the chimpanzees. Find the red, black and white colobus monkeys, olive baboons and so much more.

The list of birds stretches to 335 species including Nahan’s francolin, Cassin’s spinetail, blue-headed bee eater and masked apalis.