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Kibale Forest Camp

Uganda is a very diverse destination with many unique activities that you can do while on a safari. This a complete Guide highlighting the top things to do in Uganda  while on a safari.

Kibale Forest Camp

Head to the Kibale Forest Camp to get away from the urban jungle and drift off to sleep while listening to the chimpanzees’ distant cries and hoots from their evergreen habitat. Budget-friendly and a fantastic starting point for chimpanzee trekking is Kibale Forest Camp.

Special Offers From Kibale Forest Camp

A discount of 5% is available when booking Kibale Forest Camp along with one or more of Kidepo Savannah Lodge or Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge.

A Discount of 10% off any booking that includes Kibale Forest Camp, Fort Murchison, and one or more of the Kidepo Savannah Lodge or Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodges.

Reasons Why We Like Kibale Forest Camp

A superb base for chimpanzee trekking, this camp is tucked away beneath the serene forest canopy on Kibale Forest’s southern border, just 10 minutes’ drive from the trail’s beginning.

Exquisite location: Nestled under the tranquil forest canopy on Kibale Forest’s southern border and only a ten-minute drive from the start of the chimpanzee trail, this camp is a fantastic base for chimpanzee trekking.

Beautiful setting: This camp is an excellent starting point for chimpanzee trekking, nestled under the serene forest canopy on Kibale Forest’s southern boundary and just ten minutes’ drive from the trail’s beginning.

Wonderful wildlife: Enjoy the colobus monkeys, butterflies, and birds that visit the nearby beautiful green gardens while unwinding on your private porch.

Budget-friendly: Kibale Forest Camp makes it possible to doze off to the sounds of the jungle without breaking the bank.

Kibale Forest Camp is reasonably priced, so you can doze off to the sounds of the jungle without breaking the bank.

Activities: Kibale Forest Camp provides chimpanzee trekking as well as excursions to the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary, hiking in the area of the crater lakes, stops at local villages and tea plantations, as well as a kid-friendly forest walk and games for those who are too young to join chimpanzee trekking.

Accommodation In Kibale Forest Camp

The lodging options at Kibale Forest Camp are affordable and moderate. If you’re looking for a less expensive option, they have seven tents available, and they share a shower and bathroom facilities.

The tents provide a comfortable place to stay and provide comfortable beds with mosquito netting in addition to charging points for your gadgets.

However, ten traditional en-suite safari tents with wooden floors, twin or double beds, and a covered private veranda where you can unwind with a gorgeous view of the garden are a perfect choice if you’re feeling a little more pampered.

Facilities Of Kibale Forest Camp.

As you sip late sundowners in the outdoor café and bar overlooking the evergreen forest, take in the chimpanzees’ distant calls and hoots. The restaurants freshly brewed Ugandan tea and coffee, which can be delivered right to your tent and is ready when you wake up, really stand out from the menu. The restaurant offers both foreign and regional cuisine. Due to the difficulty in acquiring food locally, meals are predetermined, and the majority of the produce is brought in daily from Kampala.

When informed in advance, Kibale Forest Camp can accommodate any dietary needs and preferences.

Activities Of Kibale Forest Camp.

In Kibale Forest National Park, there are a variety of activities to suit all interests. A 95% probability of seeing these clever animals in their native habitat exists in Kibale, one of the most popular chimpanzee trekking locations in East Africa.

The Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary, which is home to about 140 different bird species and is a refuge for birdwatchers, is conveniently located adjacent to the lodge. You will have a high possibility of seeing some uncommon species, such as the blue turaco, while exploring the marsh on wooden pathways, so be sure to bring a good pair of binoculars.

You can go through historic crater lakes or stroll to the stunning Mahoma falls if you enjoy hiking. Visits to tea plantations and local communities are other well-liked activities.

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