Diurnal, they live in a group of over 30 animals and led by a dominant male. Young and territorial blocks come together to and from bachelor herds. Impalas make leaps of up to 3 m high and 10m width. They are often encountered when on your safari .
Impalas are most sighted in uganda’s national parks and worldwide, for example in uganda national park including, kidepo valley national park, lake mburo national park, murchison falls national park, queen Elizabeth national park, and many others parts like southern africa,