Fly-in Safaris to see Chimpanzees in Uganda – Flying Uganda safaris to Kibale forest National park
Fly-in safaris to see chimpanzee in Uganda – The rainforests, gorges, and lush savannah of Uganda are the scene for this Fly-in adventure that has you seeking out primates like Chimpanzees in some of the country’s most pristine wildlife reserves and National Park.
You will fly into Kasese Airfield from Entebbe International Airport and take a short drive to Kibale Forest National Park where your lodge overlooks the magnificent forest that offers many exciting activities like trekking Chimpanzees and nature walks.
From there, you can choose to drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park for more wildlife experiences such as game viewing safaris and a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. On this same trip, you can also drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park to find the endangered Mountain Gorillas but also for the opportunity to spot hundreds of species of endemic bird species and butterflies and to learn more about rural life in Uganda by visiting the communities and the Batwa people.
This combined fly-in and road safari are packed with adventure and experiences in Uganda, you will track Chimpanzees enjoy wildlife game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, do a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel to spot animals and bird species, look for the tree-climbing lions in Ishasha and track the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Forest while staying at comfortable lodges with great locations.
Track Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park. The high number of Chimpanzees, the accessibility of the forest, and the length of habituation make Kibale Forest National Park the most popular place for fly-in safaris to see Chimpanzees in Uganda. Although sightings are not guaranteed – you have over a 90% chance of seeing these fascinating and amazing creatures.
Forest walks and local exploration
There are plenty of optional activities outside of the main events. Take guided forest walks through Kibale Forest and visit the Bigodi community and explore Bigodi Wetlands as well.
Optional Extra Night:
You can book an optional extra night (extra cost) for after the safari when booking your safari if you plan to stay over in Entebbe. Spending an extra day or two here allows for activities such as visiting Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, and shoebill bill excursions in Entebbe.
All visitors participating in Chimpanzee trekking are required to be in good health free of any disease, cold, flu, or virus. If any signs of communicable illnesses are detected you will not be permitted on the treks. Health clearances may be required, so please check when booking these before your safari.