Kibale National Park


About the Kibale National Park

Located in south-western Uganda, Kibale National Park is a lush and vibrant rainforest that is home to a rich diversity of primates. It is particularly known for its population of chimpanzees. The park offers chimpanzee viewing opportunities where visitors can observe these iconic creatures in their natural habitat. Apart from chimpanzees, Kibale National Park is also home to other primates such as Colobus and Marmoset Monkeys. Forest Nature Walks, Bird watching and exploring the Bigodi Wetland are among the activities that allow visitors to fully appreciate the biodiversity of the park.

Chimpanzee Tracking

Embark on guided treks to track and observe chimpanzees in the lush rainforest.

Primate Walks

Encounter other Primates like Red Colobus Monkeys, Grey-Cheeked Mangabeys, and L’Hoest’s Monkeys.

Nature Walks

Explore the vibrant forest on guided nature walks to appreciate the intricate ecosystem and diverse flora.

Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary

Visit the nearby sanctuary for a guided walk through wetlands, home to various bird species and wildlife.

Bird Watching

Kibale is a hotspot for bird enthusiasts, with a chance to spot endemic and colourful species.