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- Please note that this is not a Zoo so it is a tropical rainforest and sightings depend on factors such as time of the day fruit availability, weather and how quiet the primate group is.
- The maximum number of people in a group is 8 visitors per guided walk
- The maximum time allowed with the chimps is one hour, however, the time might be shortened under the guides discretion to eliminate stressful situations for the chimps
- When trekking, you’re advised to remain in a tight group and follow the guides directions at all times. The guide is supposed to be the one to lead the group through the forest during the tracking
- Please remain at a distance of 8 meters from the chimps or the distance that your guide recommends.
- Under no circumstance shall you chase while they descend or to or walk on higher ground.
- You are advised not to enter the forest if you are sick as this can put the animals at serious risk of diseases
- Please refrain from eating near the chimps and other primates while in the park
- Please do not shout in the forest. You’re advised to maintain total silence or speak at a low tone.
- It’s advisable to wear long boots that cover your toes and long trousers as there are red ants and slippery trails, also carry along waterproof clothing in the rainy season.
- Children under 15 years are not allowed to view the chimps for safety reasons.
- If you need to urinate please do so off the trail system under guide directions.
- If you need to defecate, please do so off the trail system and bury all in a hole all waste.
- Do not use flashlight on your camera while taking a photo.
- Do not mimic the chimpanzee voices, you may be exposed to an attack