Craig Kaufman
Craig Kaufman Africa Travel Specialist
""Uganda varies from 600m to above 5100 m above sea level, this varied altitude allows for a huge variety in habitats, and therefore a huge variety of wildlife""

Kibale Forest Holidays

In western Uganda, Kibale Forest is one of the country’s most beautiful parks. Best known for its large and thriving population of habituated chimpanzees, Kibale contains another 12 primate species – the greatest variety and concentration in East Africa – including blue monkey, grey-cheeked mangabey and the nocturnal potto.

Kibale protects lowland tropical rainforest, montane forest and mixed tropical deciduous forest. Among the 300+ bird species within its forests and swamps are African grey parrot, black-billed and great blue turacos, green-breasted pitta and the Kibale Forest thrush.

Guided walking trails focus on tracking one of the habituated groups of chimpanzee, which have been intensively studied here. Chimpanzee tracking generally begins in the early morning, as is the case with gorilla tracking in Bwindi. We recommend a two night stay at this park, which would also enable you to do a walk in Bigodi Swamp, a rewarding site for small wildlife and birds.

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Essential Uganda: Chimps & Gorillas Private tour
  • Safari
  • Wildlife
From £5299 per person
11 day holiday
Flights included
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This private tour includes all of Uganda's most well-known highlights - Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi, Kibale and Lake Mburo - with the services of a private driver-guide.
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