Kibale Forest National Park over 795 square kilometers with most of its area covered in dense forest. The park is popular because of the over 14 primate species that live within the park , that including 1550 Chimpanzees, Red Colobus monkey, the uncommon L’Hoest’s monkey, the Ugandan Mangabey (or Grey-cheeked Mangabey), Black and White Colobus Monkey, Blue Monkey, Red-tailed Monkey, Bushbaby and Potto.
While on a tour to this park, it’s inevitable for one to see these primates swinging from the tree branches. There are also over 350 bird species that live in the park together with forest elephants, buffaloes, giant forest hogs and numerous antelope species. This 180 km-long migration corridor for wildlife is one of the most stunning parks in Uganda. It is considered the Primate Capital of the World.
Kibale Forest National Park is apparently the best destination for Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda harboring the most population of these Chimps.