Chimpanzee tours are organised in Uganda and these have greatly attracted many tourists to Uganda, who have come to enjoy chimpanzee trekking safaris, this has greatly improved the tourism sector and also helped in increasing the revenues of the country.
Chimpanzee safaris are mostly carried out in Kibale National park, which has got over 80 chimpanzees which can be tracked with in the forest. These primates have greatly attracted many tourists who have come to Uganda for chimpanzee tracking safaris.
Kibale Forest and Kyambura Gorge in South West Uganda are two of the best places in the world to view chimpanzees in the wild with virtually guaranteed sightings. This chimpanzee safari not only allows you to come face-to-face with our closest living relatives, but also offers a fascinating insight into the complex social behavior of chimpanzees.
Starting in Kibale Forest National Park, home to over 700 chimps and 13 species of primates, you will head out at sunrise to watch the chimps waking in the tree tops, before following them as they play, fight, mate and patrol the borders of their forest home. This has attracted many visitors who have come for chimpanzee trekking tours.
A chimpanzee tour will take you to Kyambura Gorge, a spectacular river valley carved into the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park, descending the valley floor, to search for the chimps that live here. All the while, you will have experts on hand to explain the group’s behaviour and discuss the
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