KEY PRIMATE ACTIVITIES IN UGANDA RWANDA AND CONGO – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS
In the contemporary world where much of the natural ecosystems and wildlife habitats have been disturbed, it is very interesting to encounter a belt where the cloud mist forests are still verdant and fresh making the stay of their ancient occupants sustainable.
The travelers on gorilla trekking safaris in Uganda Rwanda Congo have always found the habitats of these world’s critically endangered Mountain Gorillas including the Virunga massif and the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park very vibrant depicting signs of sustainability.
The primate watching safaris in Uganda Rwanda Congo go beyond the Mountain Gorillas. Chimpanzee trekking Safaris in Uganda‘s Kibale National Park, Kalinzu and Budongo Forest Reserves and Kyambura gorge and then Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park is another memorable primate activity that is worth encountering.
The travellers on Primate Safari tours in Rwanda get an opportunity to engage in Colobus Monkey tracking in Nyungwe Forest National Park. This is on top of the golden monkey tracking experience in her Volcanoes National Park and the adjacent Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda.
The destination Congo presents a very unique experience with the Low land Gorillas in Kahuzi Biega National Park which are found nowhere else in the mentioned countries. Congo gorilla safaris and tours generate a rich experience since one can track Mountain Gorillas in Virunga National Park and Low land Gorillas in Kahuzi Biega National Park.
Extended Primate watching Safari experiences are provided for in destination Uganda. In Kibale National Park, the primate enthusiasts can engage in whole day Chimpanzee Habituation Safari experience from 6am – 7pm while Mountain Gorilla Habituation Safari experience is available in Bwindi Rushaga region providing for 4 hours with the Gorillas instead of the ordinary one hour encounter.
Prime Uganda Safaris and Tours Ltd is dedicated to arranging your lifetime encounter with the incredible primates of Africa!