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Uganda Primate Adventure


Tour Length: 8 days

Entebbe | Kibale Forest | Queen Elizabeth National Park

Our Uganda Primate Adventure Uganda Primate Adventure chimpanzeeis the antithesis of the sedentary safari experience without being overly strenuous and showcases the beauty and rich bio-diversity of the country.  It is a primate enthusiasts dream with chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth National Park.  Add an extension for gorilla trekking and your primate experience will be complete. Land from$3,295 per person

Uganda Primate Adventure Itinerary

Day 1 Depart USA
Your Uganda Primate Adventure begins with your overnight journey to Uganda.

Day 2 Entebbe  (1 night)
Arrive at Entebbe International Airport, where you are warmly greeted and transferred to your nearby hotel.

Day 3-4 Kibale Forest National Park   (2 nights)
After breakfast, depart on your morning drive to Kibale Forest National Park, traveling through traditional Ugandan Villages and past expansive tea plantations around Fort Portal.  Trascking chimpanzees and other smalller primates in the forest and explore the Bigodi Wetlands Sanctuary, home to over 200 bird species.

Day 5-6 Queen Elizabeth National Park   (2 nights)
Depart for Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP).  At over 763 square miles, QENP encompasses a variety of habitats for over 95 mammal and 612 bird species. Track chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkes, red-tailed monkeys and olive baboons through Kyambura Gorge.

Enjoy a boat trip on the Kazinga Channel, which has the highest concentration of hippos in the world as well as Nile crocodiles. Buffalo and elephant are frequently seen drinking from the channel, along with other residents of the grassland thickets along the water’s edge.

Day 7 Entebbe – Departure
Return to Entebbe and continue to the airport in time for your departing home-bound flight.

Day 8 Arrive USA
Arrive home with astounding stories of your Uganda Primate Adventure to share with your friends.

Unforgettable Moment #67

Our chimp tracking in Kibale started quite early, with mist still rising from the forest floor. We saw chimps up high in the trees and heard their calls echoing through the forest. They came down and we started to meet them at a very close proximity.

Be wary of where you stand, as their toilet habits are not restricted to the ground!

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