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Bird Watching

Kibale National Park (KNP) boast of 372 bird species of which 60 percent are recorded Uganda’s Forest Birds. Bird watchers can spot various species of these birds as they enjoy the various activities in the park. In Kibale National Park the most bird of attraction is “The Rear Green Breasted Pitta” as it is only found in Kibale National Park. The park is also famous for sitting the great blue tullacco which is one of the most common rear birds within the park premises.


Children Activities

Only children above 15 years are only allowed to go through the forest to view the chimps. Kibale has a variety of activities for children less than 15 years including educational forest walks of 1-2 hours followed by creative activities like pond dipping, cyanotype photography and batik-making…


Chimpanzee Habituation Experience

Kibale National Park has over 13 primate species; this has made this park to be known as the primate capital of the world. Kibale National Park is also known as “home of chimps” having more than 1450 chimpanzee individuals living within 13 communities…


Chimpanzee Trekking Kibale

Also you can experience and participating in the chimpanzee tracking walks which starts from the Kanyancu Visitor Centre at 08:00 am and 02.00pm from Kanyancu Visitor Centre and take about 2-3 hours. Park guides are readily available to take tourists through this ritual through a forest walk or a small drive to a turning point and there after you take a walk to the forest to search for the chimps…


Forest Hiking

This seasonal 12km hike is restricted to the dry seasons of mid November – February and June-September. It explores the park’s diverse habitats including tropical rainforest, riverine forest swamp and grassland…


Nature Walks

Day Hikes/Nature Walks: This is an exploration of the park’s diverse habitats providing very close contact with nature. During nature walk the client is able to site some tree species, butterflies, monkeys, insects, birds and many other species of organisms within the park. The walks begin at 08:00 am, 10:00 am and 02:00 pm from Kanyanchu Tourist Centre and take about 2-3 hours. On your lucky day, you may also be able to encounter the chimpanzee during the nature walk…


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