Uganda has several places one can go for a chimpanzee tracking expedition including Kibale forest national park, Queen elizabeth national park and Ngamba island. Kibale forest national park has 13 primate specie with the chmips being the biggest attration. The most popular activity in the park is a the Kanyanchu primate walk. Kanyanchu is popular because of the many chimps which are easily spotted when in this park section. Its advisable to start the primate walk as early as 8:00pm, since this activity lasts up to 3 hours.
At Kibale forest, one can also opt for a chimpanzee habituation experience. This invloves looking at a chimp community which is being habituated for a full day, watching them as they go about their daily life. This activity starts as early as 6:00 am for you to witness the chimpanzees denesting. As the day proceeds, you will witness the chimpanzees feeding, copulating, hunting, breastfeeding, resting, patrolling and displaying until it is time to build new nests around 7pm. Ngamba island chimpanzee sanctuary on the otherside is a home for orphaned chimpanzees rescued from allover the country. The enviroment on Ngamba is very relaxing and soothing, a chimp tracking trip to Ngamba is always memorable.