Chimpanzee Trekking And Primate Walk In Uganda

November 1, 2021
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Chimpanzee trekking is one of the most unique adventures; the activity involves walking through the dense rainforest in Uganda in search of the man’s closest cousin (the chimpanzees). In most Uganda national parks chimpanzee trekking can encounter other primate species like l’hoest’s monkeys, black and white colobus monkey, vervets, and much more. Chimpanzee tracking is done in many national parks in Uganda to mention is Kibale Forest National Park which is commonly known as the chimpanzee capital attributed to the incomparable numbers of chimpanzee around the park, Budondo forest which is adjacent to Murchison falls National Park, Bugoma forest, Kalinzu and kyambura Gorge which are part of Queen Elizabeth National park. This adventure takes about 2-4 hours in the dense rainforests searching for chimpanzees and upon seeing them you will have 1 hour of time with them and be overjoyed with how they roll around the branches of trees, easting, and making round calls.
Other activities that involve the chimpanzee include;
Chimpanzee habituation takes place in kanyanchu at Kibale forest national park and kijura observing point at Semiliki National park. On this activity, our clients are advised to part with their parked lunch since this amusing adventure takes some good time approximately to 4 hours with chimpanzees observing their feeding behaviors and how related they’re to the human race.
Primate walk in Semiliki national park is another exciting activity, as, besides chimpanzee watching, it comes along with other primates like the red-tailed monkeys, black and white monkeys,

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