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Chimpanzee trekking and habituation in Uganda .
There are approximately 5000 Chimpanzees in Uganda, these can be found in national parks, sanctuaries and zoos.  The chimpanzees are closely related to the humans, sharing 98% of their DNA composition. The Uganda chimpanzee trekking or habituation experience is advisable for researchers and tourists to partake in. You can book specific chimpanzee trekking tours or add chimp trekking as an additional activity during your Uganda safari.
Chimpanzee trekking
Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda is very amazing and interesting. The chimp trek usually starts early in the morning by 8:00am and lasts up to 5 hours depending on the movement of the chimpanzees within the forest. You are allowed at most 1 hour with the chimpanzees after which you can proceed to do other activities. Some of the top destinations to see the chimpanzees in Uganda include: Kibale forest national park, Kyambura gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park, the Ngamba island chimpanzee sanctuary, and many others.
Chimpanzee habituation experience in Uganda
Chimp habituation is done to introduce the chimps to humans, while in their natural habitat. The chimp habituation experience is a full day activity which starts very early by 6:00 am where you witness the chimpanzees leaving there nests. The chimp experience continues throughout the day with you observing the chimpanzee community feeding, copulating, hunting, breastfeeding, resting, patrolling and displaying until it is time to build new nests around 7pm. The chimpanzee habituation experience can be enjoyed in Kibale forest national park.
Uganda chimpanzee trekking safaris
We offer a range of chimp viewing and trekking safari packages to different locations including Kibale forest national park, queen Elizabeth national park, Ngamba island etc. Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda can be done as a standalone activity or be combined with other activities such as gorilla trekking, wildlife viewing, adventure sports etc.

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