About Kibale National Park
Kibale National Park is a national park in Western Uganda, protecting moist evergreen rainforest. It is 766 square kilometres (296sq mi) in size and located between 1100 metres (3600 ft.) to 1600 metres (5200 ft.) in elevation. It is also the last remaining expanses to contain both lowland and montane forest.
This is an important eco-tourism and safari destination, popular for its population of habituated chimpanzees and other 12 species of primates.
Day 1: Drive to Kibale National park
Our experienced driver/guide will pick you up from the hotel/airport early in the morning and drive to Kibale National park in the western Uganda, but on the way, we shall see the great view of Tea plantations, hundreds of baboons, if lucky also see the elephants.
We will also have lunch on the way probably in fort portal town. After lunch we drive to the hotel while we are seeing the crater lakes. We will get to the hotel as we prepare for the activity for the following day.
Day 2: Chimpanzee tracking in the park
In the morning after breakfast, we will go for Chimpanzee tracking, where we will also have a chance to see bird species and reptiles. After Chimpanzee tracking, we come back for lunch, after we get ready for the swamp walk and community walk.
After the activities, we go back to the hotel and prepare for the next day.
Day 3: Drive back to Kampala
In the morning after breakfast, we shall drive back to Kampala either to the hotel or to the airport.
– Hotel Pick up and drop off
– Chimpanzee tracking permit
– 3x Lunch and 2x dinner
– Swamp walk fees
– 2x Breakfast
– 2x Accommodation
– Airport drop off (unless asked for)
– Tips for the guides
– Flight tickets
– Visa processing