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Kibale Forest National Park: Attractions, Activities, Lodges

With plenty of tropical forest and interesting variety of animals, Kibale National Park (KNP) is one of the most fabulous and outstanding forest in Uganda.

It accomodates the largest number of our neighbouring living relative, the harmed Chimpanzee, the the rare L’Hoest monkey plus the threatened red colobus monkey.

Kibale Forest National Park in Uganda covers the highest diversity plus density of primates in Africa summing to 13 species also the pottos, red tailed monkey, bush babies, white and black colonus monkey, blue monkey and grey-checked manangabey black colobus monkeys.

The park too hosts about 325 types of birds even the little greenbul, breasted pitta, the African pitta, the black bee eater, the yellow spotted nicator, yellow rumped tinkerbird, little greenbul, breasted pitta, the African pitta and the black bee eater.

There are a couple of attractive mammals like bush pigs, duikers and bats forest Elephants, buffaloes, bush pigs, duikers and bats.

A very keen observer may see several colorful varieties of butterflies, amphibians as well as reptiles over 250 tree categories have been registered.

The commonest inhabitants of Kibale National Park are the Chimpanzees with about 1,450 individuals are conserved within the park.

Tourist Activities in Kibale Forest National Park Uganda

Chimpanzee tracking; This is a major aim of visit to Kibale is Chimp tracking and leaves from Kanyankyu at 0800hrs and 1400hrs daily.

There is Forest hike, Children’s activities, Chimpanzee habituation experience, Bigodi wetland, Magombe swamp walk and Primate Walk.

Accommodation in Kibale Forest National Park Uganda;

Primate Lodge, Rwenzori View guest house, Kanyankyu Ecological site, Rujuna guest house and CVK Resort.Ndali Lodge, Mantana Lodge.

Getting There