Kibale National Park: The Primate Capital of The World


Kibale National Park is the most magnificent of Uganda's tropical rain forests and one of the most rewarding areas to explore. Established at the end of the 18th Century, Kibale boats of 13 species of primates including the localized Red Colobus, L'Hoest's monkeys and the endemic Uganda Manbabay.

Kibale's major attraction is the chimpanzees, the delightful apes, most closest to humans than to nay other living creature. While you enjoy your tour in this sunny side of nature, you have a life time opportunity to sight over 300 bird species. The 180km-long migration corridor for wildlife also habits mammals like the elusive forest elephants, buffalo, giant forest hogs and half a dozen antelope species, thereby making it one of the most stunning parks in Uganda. Situated ideally in the heart of the Tooro Kingdom in Western Uganda, near Fort portal, the park lies close to the tranquil Ndali-Kasenda crater area and is within a half days' drive to Queen Elizabeth, Rwenzori Mountains and Semiliki National Parks

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