Kibale Forest has the highest number of primates in Africa – thirteen species in all, including red colobus, black and white colobus, blue monkeys, baboons and a large number of chimpanzees.
This exciting and unique experience allows you to be involved in a chimpanzee habituation project. Accompany Kibale Forest's team of researchers and habituators as they follow the chimpanzees during their daily activities.
Semiliki National Park covers an area of 220 square kilometres and contains many geological features associated with central, rather than eastern, Africa.
The Sempaya Hot Springs and a visit to the Batwa community of forest-dwellers are amongst many of the highlights of a visit to Semliki National Park.