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2-days Chimpanzee track/trekking Kibale forest gives you just enough time with man’s closest relative with many more other adventures to explore like a quiet and relaxing guided nature walk at Bigodi Swamp. Kibale Forest National Park is estimated to be an average of 3,300 feet in elevation, an extension of the Rainforest of central Africa. The main activity and attraction to this park is Chimpanzee trekking although while tracking one is likely to see other primate species like black and white colobus monkey, red-tailed monkey, vervet monkeys, and baboons. Kibale Forest National Park is also home to lots of bird species and is, therefore, ideal for bird lovers.

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2 days Chimpanzee track
Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale Forest National Park

Price per person for numbers of people. ( For 2 people, each pays $500 while staying in a Budget Accommodation)

Number of people 2 3 4 5 6
Price per person $500 $471 $425 $420 $400

Highlights For 2 days Chimpanzee track Kibale Forest

  • Guided Nature Walk in Kibale forest National Park
  • Trilling Chimpanzee trekking Kibale
  • 1 Night Accommodation
  • Service of English-speaking driver or driver
  • Travel in a customized 4WD safari vehicle
  • Community and Cultural interaction
  • Airport transfers

Detailed Itinerary for Chimpanzee Tracking / Trekking Safari

Day 1: Drive to Fort Kibale Forest National Park with a Guided Nature Walk

Wake up to an early breakfast and your guide/driver will be there by 6:30 am to pick you up and start your journey to Kibale early to beat the traffic jam, driving direct to Fort Portal town for lunch. Embark on your journey to Kibale after your lunch, you will arrive at Kanyanchu the starting point for your guided nature walk to Bigodi swamp, you will get to see a lot of birds if you are a bird lover. Drive to your booked accommodation for dinner and overnight.

Accommodation Options

  • Up Market: Primates Lodge
  • Mid-range: Chimps Nest Safari Lodge
  • Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner

Day 2: Chimpanzee tracking/trekking with lunch and back to Kampala

After your breakfast, you will check out of your safari lodge and drive to the starting point you will be briefed on what is expected of you when you meet the Chimpanzees and get some time with them. The chimpanzee tracking trail will start at exactly 8:00 am and usually, goes on for up to 3 hours or less depending on the chimpanzee’s movements and the location at the time of the chimpanzee trekking in Kibale. You will spend a full hour with these beauties observing them and learning some about their daily routine and taking plenty of pictures. After your morning adventure with the man’s closest relative, you will drive straight to Fort Portal town where you will have your lunch, and continue to Kampala where you will be dropped off at your desired location.

Chimpanzee tracking Kibale
Chimpanzee tracking Kibale Forest National Park

What to bring for Chimpanzee tracking Kibale Forest National Park

  • A rain jacket is essential as it could unpredictably rain
  • Light clothes as the sun does shine pretty bright in this part
  • Torch is essential for safety purposes
  • Sunglasses to protect from direct sun rays
  • A-Zoom lens Camera for photographs
  • A good insect repellent to keep those persistent insects away
  • Hiking boots or runners for the hike

2-Days Chimpanzee tracking Kibale forest Uganda Includes :

  • Transportation by safari vehicle
  • Driver allowances
  • Airport transfers pick up and drop off
  • Accommodation and meals as per itinerary
  • Services of an English-speaking driver-guide
  • Accommodation in self-contained rooms / cottages
  • En-route lunches
  • Chimpanzee track permit
  • Bigodi Nature walk
  • Visit stalagmites
  • All activities mentioned in the Itinerary

2-Days Chimpanzee track Kibale forest Uganda Excludes:

  • Airfare
  • Uganda Visa
  • Luxury drinks
  • Laundry
  • Tips to local guides
  • Telephone fee
  • Porter fee while trekking
  • Personal Insurance
  • Personal shopping bills and cigarettes
  • Any other item not mentioned above