Chimpanzee Trekking at Kibale Forest National Park, Uganda

Chimpanzee Trekking at Kibale Forest National Park, Uganda

Most people who go to  Uganda go to see gorillas however visitors shouldn’t overlook going chimpanzee trekking at Kibale National Forest. I had no idea what to expect when we went chimp trekking at Kibale but it was an unforgettable experience!  It was truly magical and one of the rawest natural encounters I have ever had! In this guide to chimpanzee trekking  we cover everything you need to know from safety, where to stay and what to pack for Chimpanzee Trekking.  View Post

What to wear gorilla trekking and chimp trekking in Uganda and Rwanda

Ahead of our gorilla trekking trip, one of our greatest concerns was having the appropriate clothing. Those of you that have read my earlier posts, know that as we arrived in Uganda, we lost one of our pieces of luggage. Through this experience though I feel I have learnt a valuable lesson about what clothes are needed for this type of trip, especially if you have limited baggage. So here are my top tips for what to wear gorilla trekking and chimp trekking in Uganda and Rwanda  View Post

Kyambura Gorge Lodge – luxury hotel review 

One of the conditions I had when booking a gorilla and chimp trekking safari in Uganda was that we did it in style. I wanted luxury lodges, five star service and great locations. And this is exactly what I got when I visited Kyambura Gorge Lodge.  View Post

Ndali Lodge Uganda Review – Luxury lodge in Fort Portal

Ndali Lodge Uganda Review – Luxury lodge in Fort Portal

Sometimes you visit somewhere where you wish you could stay longer. This was the feeling we had when we left Ndali Lodge Uganda in the Fort Portal area of the Rwenzori Mountains. View Post

Kyambura Gorge Chimp Trekking Part 2 –

Kyambura Gorge Chimp Trekking Part 2 –

Our two chimp trekking experiences in Uganda could not have been more different. The first experience at Kibale National Forest was more up close and personal encounter with the Beta asserting his dominance and naturally interacting with humans. Our second experience at Kyambura Gorge was a far more distant experience but in many ways a more natural  in my opinion. View Post