Why Primates Tours? Primates Tours in Uganda, Chimpanzee Trekking in Uganda – Deks Africa Safaris & Tours

Exploring in Uganda the pearl of Africa on Primates tours trip in Uganda is an adventure of a lifetime, because it has the highest number of primates in the whole world with the Primates Capital of World – Kibale forest national park. Kibale forest national park habitats the highest number of primates in the whole world, the highest primate being Chimpanzees.

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Best-selling luxury Primates tours in Uganda to the primate capital of the world. Where to go for Primates Safaris in Uganda? Why go for Primates tours in Uganda? Best time for Chimapzee tracking tours in Uganda by Deks Africa Safaris & Tours.

Chimpanzee tracking safaris in Uganda to Kibale forest national park, Budongo forest reserve, Ngamba Island, and Kalinzu forest reserve is very safe since all the chimpanzee tracking destinations are protected.

Wander through the tropical rain forest of Kibale in search of wild chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, and black and white colobus chimps. Hidden amongst the lush vegetation, these elusive primates can be hard to find during Primates tours in Uganda – the pearl of Africa.

But, just when you’re ready to give up, you hear high-pitched screeching echoing through the forest, and a troop of chimps comes hurtling towards you in a frenzied procession.

Unfazed by your presence, these wide-eyed creatures play behind a curtain of emerald green leaves before gradually retreating back into the jungle.

Chimpanzee tracking safaris/primates tours in Uganda is exciting, Uganda habitats over 90% of the chimpanzees in the world, the biggest number inhabited in Kibale forest national park also known as the primate capital of the world.

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Budongo Forest Reserve – Uganda

Depending on where you are in the Budongo forest reserve, the landscape can change drastically, morphing between savannah, riverine marshlands, and woodland. The forest sits at a medium altitude of 1,100 meters, and the land slopes from southeast to northwest.

The Budongo Forest is famous for its population of chimpanzees. Chimp trekking is possible here, and sightings are around 80%.

It’s best to visit during the dry season, which is between December and February, and again from June to September. Temperatures are consistent throughout the year, hovering between 19-32 °C.

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Kibale Forest National Park – Uganda

Kibale Forest National Park is situated in Western Uganda, covered by evergreen rainforest. It covers 766 square kilometers (296 sq mi.) in size and at an altitude of 1,100 meters (3,600 ft) to 1,600 meters (5,200 ft).

Despite being mainly covered by moist evergreen forests, it contains a diverse array of landscapes to contain both lowland and montane forests. In eastern Africa, it harbors the least significant expanse of pre-montane forest.

The park was gazetted in 1932 and formally established in 1993 to protect a large area of the forest previously managed as a logged forest reserve.

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