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Kanyanchu Visitor Centre

Chimpanzee tracking, Kanyanchu Visitor Centre, Kibale National Park, Uganda
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Kibale and the Chimps

I think every tourist coming to Uganda should Kibale Forest National Park. It's a lovely place... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mushratravelagency
Great chimp tracking

Very Well organized chimpanzee trackings. All guides have excellent knowledge about the chimps and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Florant v
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Chimpanzee tracking, Kanyanchu Visitor Centre, Kibale National Park, Uganda
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I think every tourist coming to Uganda should Kibale Forest National Park. It's a lovely place. The Chimps are amazing, and the guides seem to know each of them by name and ancestry

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very Well organized chimpanzee trackings. All guides have excellent knowledge about the chimps and the forest. They will do the best to make you have an unforgettable experience! Special Thanks to Silver and wishing him All the best after retiring in october 2017

Thank Florant v
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The night walk was a complete rip off. This was billed as a chance to see bushbabies and other nocturnal animals but the most anyone was ever going to see (and with some difficulty) was the reflection of a couple of eyes at the very...More

Thank Sycamore62
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had opted for a chimpanzee habituation day,which meant you spent all day following a group of chimps in the forest.We were given a comprehensive briefing about what to expect and how to behave before we set off.It wasn't long before we found the chimps...More

Thank Karen W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Tracked the chimps on the 8am track. Was lucky enough to have a tracker to myself and we got up close to two separate male chimps that were chilling. I just sat and watched for ~10 minutes each. Amazing. Then tracked the rest of their...More

Thank calliesutton
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did the Chimpanzee habituation experience and it was absolutely incredible! Probably the best wildlife experience I have ever had. Getting to spend an entire day with the chimps was really magical and well worth the extra money compared to just doing the tracking. The...More

Thank Demus15
Reviewed 24 February 2017

did a Chimps trekking, allowing 1 hour with the chimps group. Very exciting, and well managed by the UWA rangers. besides the chimps, you will see around 8 to 10 more primates in the same forest.....it is stunning....If you want to see more of the...More

Thank Global-Palatinator
Reviewed 17 February 2017

we didn't get the best viewing as not much happened/chimps high up in the trees, but not too hard a trek around & the group after us had spectacular action on the ground. If you're lucky the viewing could be very good

Thank jonesyp43
Reviewed 7 February 2017

This is one area where all those intending to track chimpanzees or go bird watching converge and are briefed. Its located in the the forest and close to the primate Lodge.

Thank wildexpeditions... S
Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

Chimp trekking here was great fun. We had one evening walk and one morning walk. It was a little crowded with several groups of trekkers around the chimps in the beginning both days. Our guides made sure we had some space and got some time...More

Thank Hilde S
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