Kibale Chimpanzee Safari 3 days

Kibale Chimpanzee Safari 3 days

Day 1
You will be picked from your hotel by our safari guide and start out on the road leading to Fort Portal. The panorama drive will take close to five hours. You will make a stopover for lunch in the town of Fort Portal before proceeding to Ndali Lodge or Rwenzori View Guest House where you will be before tracking gorillas on Day 2.

You will spend the afternoon at leisure unwinding or trek through the neighbouring villages and small towns.

Dine and overnight at Ndali Lodge, or Rwenzori View Guest House, or Mantana Tented Camp.

  Day2
Be at the ranger station found in Kibale National Park by 8:00 am to start tracking the habituated Chimpanzees. These impressive chimps are the most closely related animal species to humans, and are very dramatic to watch play and wrangle in the trees. The large forest is a haven to more than 13 primate species including the red colobus monkey, the blue monkey, pottos, baboons, the L’Hoest, bush babies, black-faced vervet monkeys and the grey mangabey. The in the shade forest trail gives ample opportunities to sight at the Prirogrine’s ground thrush. The hard to pin down forest elephants which are smaller than their savanna cousins seasonally move into the parks developed area, whereas other mammals like the buffaloes, numerous antelope species and the big forest hog are usually seen.
Dinner and overnight at Lodge

 

Day 3
Return to Kampala where you will arrive later in the afternoon and be accompanied up to your hotel.

Up market: Ndali Lodge, Mantana Camp& Rwenzori View Guest House
Budget: UWA Banda’s & Rujjuna Hill

  • The above price includes the cost of all ground transportation and fuel, full time safari guide and his associated expenses, park entrance fees, accommodation and meals, chimpanzee tracking, and other related activities. But it excludes personal expenses such as laundry, drinks and gratuities at the various lodges/hotels.
  • The price indicated includes all costs of ground transport & fuel, a full-time guide and all expenses associated with him, accommodation and the various meals, entrance fees at the park, chimp tracking, and many more activities. It on the other hand excludes expenses like laundry, gratuities at lodges or hotels and drinking.
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