Chimpanzee Tracking Tours in Uganda :
Visiting the approximately 4,950 chimpanzees is a phenomenal experience. The way these primates feed, climb, respond to human presence, mate, care for their young ones, is an unforgettable experience. A visit in the morning and/or the evening allows you to see how they make and unmake their beds.
Leaving their nests is announced by drumming of tree buttresses, hoots and creams.
Tracking these primates is largely by following their sounds. Chimps are by far the noisiest of the African primates though they do have some silent moments.
Be part of the drama with other ape trekkers of life in a rain forest that can be observed in the Kibale National Park. This park is notable for its primate population, with the chimpanzees being the most famous. That’s not all, you can also be part of the habituation team that goes in the morning to study the behaviour of these apes in order to make them get acclimatized to human beings. Similar to gorilla trekking, tracking chimpanzees will verily create an enduring positive impression, which can be one of the highlights of an unforgettable holiday.
You can also track the chimps in Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls National Parks.
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