Kibale in Uganda

The lush tropical rainforest of Kibale National Park has one of the highest diversity and density of primates in Africa, totalling 13 species including more than 1,000 chimpanzees and so is an ideal location for chimpanzee trekking. Early in the morning or in the afternoon, walk with an experienced ranger into the forest. In contrast to gorillas which usually don’t move a lot, chimpanzees tend to move swiftly, either on the forest floor or in the canopies of the tree. Outside Kibale National Park, enjoy wonderful walks through the picturesque landscape with tea plantations, beautiful small crater lakes, and tiny villages where the kids will smile and wave at you.


  • Landscape
  • Wildlife


  • Chimpanzee Trekking
  • Virgin Tropical Rainforest
  • Bird-Watching

Exterior view of Kibale Forest Camp in Kibale, Uganda
Kibale Forest Camp

Style: Lodge

Sitting on your veranda, soaking up the tranquil nature with birds chirping above you and colobus monkeys springing majestically from branch to branch, Kibale Forest Camp offers a tranquil and immersive nature experience.

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Kibale Primate Lodge

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Primate Lodge is located in Kibale Forest National Park in a tropical rainforest.

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Kyaninga Lodge

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Kyaninga Lodge is situated in Kibale, right at the Crater Lake Kyaninga, with views of the Ruwenzori Mountains in the distance.

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Ndali Lodge

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Ndali Lodge is situated in Kibale Rain Forest, high on a saddle between two crater lakes, amidst the Bunyaruguru crater lake, south of Fort Portal.

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Chimpanzee Trekking in Kibale

Chimpanzee Trekking in Kibale Forest

Additional Activities in Kibale

Visit to Bigodi Wetlands

Additional Activities in Budongo Forest

Participation in the Chimpazee Habituation project


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