There are 13 species of primates in Kibale National Park. The park protects several well-studied habituated communities of common chimpanzee, as well as several species of Central African monkey including the Uganda mangabey, the Ugandan red colobus and the L’Hoest’s monkey. Other primates that are found in the park include the black-and-white colobus and the blue monkey .
The park’s population of elephants travels between the park and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Other terrestrial mammals that are found within Kibale National Park include red and blue duikers, bushbucks, sitatungas, giant forest hogs, common warthogs, and African buffalo. The carnivores that are present include leopards, African golden cats different mongooses and two species of otter. In addition, lions visit the park on occasionally
After early morning breakfast we leave for Kibale NP. We will stop on the way for Lunch and beautiful sceneries. In the afternoon we will arrive at Kibale NP, sleeping with the noises of the tropical rainforest.
At 08.00 we will start with the 4 hours chimp walk. Also 10 other primates can be seen!! The park is also known for all the butterflies and birds. In the afternoon a walk through Bigodi Swamp
After breakfast, the last part of the journey will bring us back to Kampala. We will stop for beautiful sceneries.