Kibale Forest National Park is one in all the most attractive national parks in Uganda with tropical rainforest, and a multiplicity of animals. Kibale Forest harbors the principal figure of chimpanzees and more than 1,450 chimpanzees are protected inside the park. At Kanyanchu, a community chimpanzee has been habituated for 16 years. This gives tourists a chance to see the great apes in their natural environment. Threatened red Columbus monkeys and the rare I’hoest monkey are found in the park. At the same time the forest has one of the highest diversity of primates in Africa.
When in Kibale Forest, one carries out a multitude of activities which include,
Chimpanzee tracking and habituation experience, Nature walks, Bird watching, Primates viewing, Swamp walks and Community village tours, Plant species walks.