Overview

Open savannah merges into woodland, tropical forest, and evergreen rainforest; creating one of the last expanses of land in Uganda to boast both lowland and montane forest. The 80,000ha Kibale Forest National Park’s biodiverse terrain is home to the highest diversity and concentration of primates found on the entire continent; ranging from L’Hoest’s monkey to the red colobus monkey, and other endangered chimpanzees. 

Comprised of what are widely considered to be Uganda’s most pristine tropical rainforests, Kibale Forest National Park covers an area of 795 kilometres over varied altitudes.

1 Day 18 May, 19 May, 20 May, and more Kibale, Western Region
Highlights
What makes this tour special
  • Mountain gorillas
  • Dense Forest
Pickup point
Directions.
Kibale National Park, Kibale, Uganda View on Map