Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale


Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale is experienced in Kibale Forest National Park which provides a unique habitat for more than 200 species of primates and over 350 types of birds. The primate species include 13 primates, including black and white colobus monkeys and chimpanzees. Monkeys can often be spotted from the road to the forest and the viewing of Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale as there are in their natural habitats is the main tourist attraction.

Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale

The forest is believed to contain the highest concentration of primates species in East Africa, these include Chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkeys, red colobus monkeys, blue monkeys and olive baboons.
Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale is based at Kanyanchu in Kibale forest National Park. The primary attraction at Kanyanchu is the primate walk which gives our Visitors the chance to track Chimpanzees. The sightings of chimpanzee in kibale forest are highly guaranteed, the probability is 90%. The park visitor center is at Kanyanchu.

Kibale Forest National Park


Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale Forest National Park are conducted by trained rangers guides who will able to brief you about the forest generally. The group of chimpanzee in Kanyanchu community is probably the largest in Kibale Forest, numbering about 45. Other animals found in the forest include elephants, Buffaloes, bush pigs and duickers.


The Chimpanzee Habituation in Kibale gives visitors the opportunity for an extended and more personal involvement in the Chimpanzee habituation program. This activity currently takes a full day to enable visitors watch Chimpanzee de-nesting (early morning) and nesting ( late evening).
The habituation has been boosted with an excellent standard of guided walks which makes our Visitors enthusiastic about their in-forest experience. There are primate trails; self guided trails and night experiences that give visitors a better forest experience.


The 750 Square km Kibale National Park in Western Uganda is part of the wider Kibale Conservation Area which consists of the Semuliki National Park and Toro – Semuliki and Katonga Wildlife Reserves. Kibale National Park is 40 Km east of the Rwenzori Mountains Foothills and 36 Km south-east of Fort Portal town in Western Uganda.


The Park has a unique biophysical environment with varied scenery including beautiful crater lakes and hills.

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