Welcome to Kalinzu for ChimpanzeeWestern Uganda
WELCOME TO KALINZU FOREST RESERVE March 5, 2020 Blog, Post Format, Talk to our team, tours, Uganda tours WELCOME TO KALINZU FOREST RESERVE Attractions:The Forest is famous for 414 Species of trees, it harbours 378 Species of Birds, six different Species of Primates, Blue Monkeys, Vervet Monkeys, Black and White Colobus Monkeys and Chimpanzees, 262 Butterflies, 97 Moths, Reptiles […]
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WELCOME TO KALINZU FOREST RESERVE
March 5, 2020
WELCOME TO KALINZU FOREST RESERVE
Attractions:The Forest is famous for 414 Species of trees, it harbours 378 Species of Birds, six different Species of Primates, Blue Monkeys, Vervet Monkeys, Black and White Colobus Monkeys and Chimpanzees, 262 Butterflies, 97 Moths, Reptiles and Flowers
Activities: they Forest Walks, Research, Conservation Education, Birding, Butterfly Identification, Chimp Tracking, and small Mammal viewing.
Area coverage:147 sq. km. adjacent to the famed Queen Elizabeth National Park and the Maramagambo Forest. It lies at an average altitude of 1,400 m above sea level
Chimpanzee Tracking in Kalinzu Forest found in Queen Elizabeth Park, Kalinzu forest is a National Forest Reserve located in the western part of Uganda, Kalinzu forest near Queen Elizabeth National Park just approximately 40 minutes drive from queen Elizabeth national park headquarters, Kalinzu Forest is one of the best place in Uganda one would go for ultimate chimpanzee tracking and the chances of viewing chimps are over 90 percent.
It is very easy to combine chimpanzee tracking in Kalinzu and wildlife viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park, this is one of the most visited parks in and has the best game drive with the most amazing boat ride that is done along Kazinga Channel connecting Lake George and Lake Edward.
And this boat cruise rewards you with amazing view of wildlife like elephants, buffaloes and others as the drink water on the channel, others you will be able to see include hippos, Nile crocodiles, and many water birds including the king fishers and others.
Which other places where one can be able to see chimpanzees in Uganda?
Uganda has other places where one can go for ultimate chimpanzee tracking among them is Kibale Forest National Park (Primate capital of the world) where the largest number of chimpanzee in Africa are found with over a 100% chances view chimps, Kyambura Gorge is another place in Uganda where one can see chimps, Kyambura Gorge is part of Queen Elizabeth National Park, this gorge is also known as Valley of Apes found in the far eastern corner of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kyambura Gorge is 100 meters deep and one kilometer long to its boarders. Lastly you can as well track chimps in Budongo Forest which is also part Murchison Falls National Park, Budongo Forest Reserve is one of biggest and beautiful forest reserve in Uganda with different types primates species with over 365 bird species, chimpanzee tracking in Budongo Forest Reserve is also 100% guaranteed and you can easy combine it any of your Murchison Falls National Park safari.
Chimpanzee Tracking in Kalinzu Forest-Queen Elizabeth Park is possible from the Mweya Safari Lodge and lodges/ hotels around Queen Elizabeth National Park like Jacan lodge, Engiri safaris lodge, Buffaloes safari lodge, and many others, because there no lodge in Kalinzu Forest Reserve so you you are doing any activity there must drive about 40 minutes back to your accommodation within Queen Elizabeth National Park.
How to Book Chimpanzee Tracking in Kalinzu Forest-Queen Elizabeth Park? Chimpanzee tracking permit for Kalinzu Forest cost only $50 per person, Kalinzu chimp permit can be book through Kenlink Tours And Travel or directly from Kalinzu Forest Reserve head offices in Rubilizi District and if you already booked your Uganda safari with Kenlink Tours And Travel, we can always ask our tour/travel consultant to add Kalinzu chimpanzee tracking on your safari itinerary