- Chimpanzee trekking
- Guided walks
- Nature walks
- Bird watching
Kibale national park harbours the greatest concentrations of primate species with 13 species recorded including the fancy Chimpanzee, rare Red tailed Monkey, Black and white colubus, Olive baboons, Barbet monkey, among others. This forest national park offers great chimpanzee trekking, splendid bird watching and striking scenic beauty. It is also a well known habitat for the great blue tullaco. Eco tours takes lead in chimpanzee trekking tours to such gifted ecosystems in East Africa.
Arrival at Entebbe airport, picked up by our staff, driven to hotel for overnight.
Day 2: Kampala – Kibale-Guided walks
After breakfast, depart for Kibale with parked lunch through mityana, mubende while viewing scenic countryside, traditional homsteads and farms.
Accomodation at Ndali lodge (luxury)
Chimp nest/CVK Resort Camp, Ataco resort (budget)
Day 3: Chimpanzee trekking
After breakfast, you will be briefed by the rangers on Chimpanzee tracking then you trek on the trails in search for the human cousins (Chimpanzees). While walking through the park, the guides will also educate you on the various flora and fauna found in the park.
The park supports the highest concentration of primates in the world: there are 13 species, including Black-and-White and Red colobus, L’Hoests monkeys, baboons, bush baby and chimpanzees. There are 325 avian species in Kibale, and 144 species of butterflies and moths.
After lunch you will have a guided nature walk in the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary for great bird watching and primates like Bush babies and colobus monkeys. Besides birding, Bigodi village has a rich cultural heritage site where you can mix with the local people and enjoy the African traditions in terms of lifestyle and entertainment.
Accomodation at Primate Lodge/ Chimp Nest Camp.
Day 4: transfer back to Kampala
After breakfast, adventure the region for sightseeing. On top of the world you can be able to view scenic crater lakes, tea plantations and rolling hills. Have lunch in Fort Portal and proceed to Kampala.