Hike with chimpanzees in Uganda – Uganda safari news
Chimpanzees in Uganda are found in Kibale national park, Queen Elizabeth national park and also in Budongo forest. Kibale national park is a home to over 1400 chimpanzees and it has the highest diversity of primates in Uganda. Most safari travelers have visited the park in order to engage in chimpanzee tracking safaris which has helped in increasing the revenues of the country.
The park provides a unique experience because a part from the many chimpanzees, it has got many other wildlife species and these include; the forest elephants, monkeys, snakes and many more. The tourists can also be given a chance to spend long hours with the chimpanzees which provides adventures to the tourists who come for chimpanzee trekking tours.
Chimpanzees are known to be sharing 98 % DNA with the human beings. The chimpanzees have also got human behaviors and they continuously mimic the human beings. The tourists who are looking for hiking in Uganda should give Kibale national park a first priority since it can provide the best experience ever. The hikers also follow a particular family of chimps and engage with their different characteristics. These have attracted many chimpanzee safaris to Uganda
Chimpanzees in Queen Elizabeth national park can be trekked from Maramagambo forest in Kyambura gorge. These chimpanzees are so interesting since they make your safari visit to Uganda more adventurous. There are also other chimpanzees in Budongo forest and these have also attracted many people to enjoy chimpanzee tracking tours to Uganda