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On this Trip you will spend time on the crater lake with fresh waters, do Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest the Primate Capital as you sight a number of primates and bird species and also visiting the Amabere Caves and hiking to the top of the craters where you will view 3 Craters at one point

Transfer to Kibale Forest National park

Chimps Tracking day

Amabeere Ganyina mwiru

Hiking to the craters

Itineraries

Day 1

Transfer to Kibale Forest National Park

Start the safari with transfer to Kibale Forest National Park in the morning with the target to have lunch in Fort portal. A punctuation of stopovers in the far country side offer us chances of stretching in villages and around tea plantations along the drive as we check in late evening. Have a night in a beautiful area close to a crater lake bordering Kibale Forest.
Overnight: Rweteera safari camp

Day 2

Chimpanzee Trekking Day

Wake up early morning, have breakfast and be ready for a major highlight of the safari. During your morning chimps trekking activity, you will see them close and capture shots of our closest cousins in the Jungle in their frenzy exciting moods grooming! Besides the chimps 9 different species of Monkeys are found in this forest, for example red colobus, red tailed monkey and bush babies. In the forest canopy colored aviation creatures-butterflies and various bird species like the native Great blue Turaco, joyful green bull, olive long tailed cuckoo and the superb black beef eater can be spotted. After the trek we transfer back to the hotel for relaxation
Overnight: Rweteera safari camp

Day 3

Transfer back to Kampala

Have an early morning breakfast and embark on the drive back to Fortportal tourism city and visit the Amabere ganyinamwiru, hiking to the top of the craters. after your guide will transfer you back to Kampala with a stopover at enroute for lunch. Drive back through to Kampala/Entebbe. This Marks the end of the 3 Days Chimpanzee tracking experience.

Chimp permits (One per person, non-resident)

All activities (Unless labeled as optional)

All Park fees (For non-residents)

Accommodation (Unless listed as upgrade)

A professional driver/guide

All transportation (Unless labeled as optional)

All Taxes/VAT

Meals (As specified in the day-by-day section) Drinking water (On all days)

International flights (From/to home)

Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour

Tips (Tipping guideline US$10.00 pp per day)

Personal items

Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees

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Getting to Kibale National Park can be through the accessible route of Kampala – Fort portal through Mubende town. You can reach the southern part of Fort Portal, where Kibale National Park is found, through Mbarara road or Kamwenge road.

Kamwenge
Kibale forest National Park is located in the Western part of Uganda in the district of Kamwenge about 450 kilometers from the capital city Kampala and can be driven in just about 5-6 hours. It is one of the newly created Parks having been a forest reserve and it has been a national park since 1995.

10 National Parks
Uganda currently has 10 National Parks distributed in various parts of the country. These national parks harbor a wide species of mammals and birds. Talking about size, Murchison Falls National Park is so far the biggest of all while Semiliki Valley National Park is the smallest.