This road travel is very scenic because of the distance between the two national parks; see district town centers, street vendors, green vegetation fir miles, tea plantations, village roadside markets you drive to western Uganda. Kibale national park is located south of Fort Portal and has a diverse species of primates like the rare red colobus, the black and white colobus monkeys, chimpanzees in the Kibale forest.
Kibale National Park is one of the 21 places in Africa to track chimpanzees. head to the park
headquarters for an experienced park ranger to take you into Kibale forest for tracking of the
chimpanzees so that you watch these giant creatures for hours as they go about their daily routines in the wild like grooming each other, hunting for fruits and insects, playing, sitting with each other. This changes your perspective of these apes being mere animals to understanding how scientists came to say the chimpanzees share 98% of Human DNA.
Have a hot meal with the locals on a community walk visit where you will learn about the cultures of the peoples surrounding the park. Get engaged in art and craft making and buy some of the locally made crafts, listen to folklore, see the dances and listen to the music for entertainment.
Or you can choose to Visit Bigodi wetland sanctuary where you will see more than 200 bird species, it’s a habitat for 8 primate species, some reptiles, and butterfly safari is possible here.
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner