3 Day Chimpazee Tracking

Ugandan Safaris


Kibale National Park is the primate capital of the world and is famously known for chimpanzee tracking and habituation experiences. It has a variety of primates, over 13 primate species like the red tailed monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys, blue monkeys, baboons and a large number of chimpanzees that live in the dense rain forest. Your safari will start at Entebbe International Airport and end at the same point.


Day One: Pick up at Entebbe International Airport – Transfer Kibale National Park
On arrival at the airport, you will be received by our company representative who will brief u about the trip program and then transfer you to Kibale National Park. You will drive to Fort Portal via Mubende. You will have stopovers at different fascinating places along the way, have a lunch break and then you will proceed with your journey. When you get to Kibale National Park, you will go check in at the lodge. Dinner and overnight stay will be at the lodge of you booking.
Primate Lodge (luxury), Chimps’ Nest Lodge (mid-range) or Chimpanzee Forest Guest House (budget)
Day Two: Kibale National Park Chimpanzee trekking 
Early in the morning after enjoying your breakfast, you will assemble at the park headquarters for briefing about the chimpanzee trekking rules from the Park Ranger. You will later walk through Kibale forest in search of the chimpanzees and other primates that maybe within range. There will be lots of these chimpanzees. You will return to lodge for lunch and then later in the afternoon hours, go for a nature walk in Bigodi wetland where you will see variety of birds and other primates that live around this swampy area. You will later on return to the lodge for dinner and overnight rest.
Primate Lodge (luxury), Chimps’ Nest Lodge (mid-range) or Chimpanzee Forest Guest House (budget)
Day Three: Departure 
Early after your breakfast, you will visit the Amabere Ga’Nyinamwiru where the stalactites and stalagmites have formed shapes that act as a tourists attractions. This place attracts lots of tourists who would wish to see that rock that people claim to have milk come out of it. You also have nature walk around the trees and then go have your lunch. After lunch, you will proceed with your journey to Kampala. You will make stopovers at African craft shops where you will buy a few craft items to take home as souvenirs. The driver will drop you at Entebbe International Airport for your scheduled flight back home.
  • Transport from/to the airport
  • A professional driver/guide
  • All meals and accommodation as specified in the itinerary
  • Park entrance fees
  • Chimp trekking permit
  • All government taxes/ levies
  • International flights
  • Visa and personal insurance
  • Drinks and meals not specified in the itinerary
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal expenses (laundry, souvenirs, etc)
  • Extra accommodation, transfers or activities


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