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Kibale National Park reviews

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Nature untouched

Visited: Oct 2015 Reviewed: Mar 18, 2016

Its past 6 months since I was on an 18-day safari through Uganda and Tanzania. I visited many attractions but Kibale Forest in Uganda was the highlight of these 18 days. We were a group of 6, travelled in a comfortable mini bus and were on a tight budget; therefore used lazy camping as our tour operator was able to provide it.

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Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale Forest!

Visited: Aug 2015 Reviewed: Jan 18, 2016

Kibale forest is beautiful and contains a vast number of bird species and many primates of which chimpanzees are the star attraction. There a 24 permits issued daily and one 'community' of habituated chimps which live in friendship groups which vary in size. The 24 guests are split into 3 groups.

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Africa's Finest

Rebecca
Visited: Sep 2015 Reviewed: Sep 22, 2015

As soon as you step into Kibale, you know it's special. A cathedral of nature, with primates as high-priests. We've been living and working in and around the park since 2000, and cannot resist returning year after year. This forest gets into your blood. Some highlights of our 15 years:
-First chimp siting was a spectacular surprise, while out researching other... read more

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Amazing Park

Visited: Sep 2015 Reviewed: Sep 16, 2015

I went for a trip to Kibale forest national a park. The park is amazing on our way we say many baboons, the Black and White Colobus monkey, the mangabey etc. This park is known as a home for the chimpanzees and various bird species and butterflies. I enjoyed my stay as I also saw many crater lakes in the area. Read more

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Exciting visit to the home of chimpanzees

Visited: Feb 2015 Reviewed: Mar 04, 2015

The driver guide was kind to us, very patient, time-conscious. He easily adapted to our requests and culture and was very peaceful, smart and interesting. He was very knowledgeable about the park, made it exciting to track the chimpanzees. Read more

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Best eco-tourism and safari destination

Visited: Feb 2014 Reviewed: Mar 11, 2014

Known to have one of Uganda’s most gorgeous tropical forests, Kibale National park is one of the few parks containing both lowland and montane forests. The park is located in the districts of Kabarole and Kamwenge in Western Uganda

It is an important eco-tourism and safari destination, popular for its vast number of bird species(375 species), 70 mammal species, ... read more

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The Hidden Pearl of Africa; Chimp Habituation Experience (CHEX)

Visited: Apr 2013 Reviewed: Jan 15, 2014

After somberly deciding Gorilla Trekking was just way too much money for my mid-twenty year old budget, my travel partner and I decided to check out chimpanzee trekking in Kibale National Park and discovered the option for chimp habituation experience during our research. What's the difference you ask? Chimp trekking allows only one hour with the chimps after hikin... read more

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Ready for a trek into the ‘Chimpanzee’ park?

Sham
Visited: Sep 2012 Reviewed: May 12, 2013

Having been in Arusha National Park for trekking, we once again opted to give it a try…of course in a neighboring country. Kibale National park was our destination after a lot of soul searching considering that the East African country-UGANDA, has a lot to offer in terms of trekking sites. The park is situated en route Bwindi Impenetrable National park, and the mor... read more

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"Thumbs Up for the Chimps"

Skywalker
Visited: Nov 2012 Reviewed: Apr 26, 2013

Our destination was Kibale (pronounced: Chibale) National Park which is a 5 hour drive from Uganda's capital Kampala. Our purpose was to find habituated chimpanzees. Our trek started at the kanyanchu centre where we were required to pay the Ugandan Wildlife Authority trek fees. The charges are 150 USD for foreign non-residents, 100 USD for local residents .

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