Flanked by the spectacular Rwenzori Mountains bordering with the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Kazinga Channel and Queen Elizabeth National Park to the south, the Kibale National Park is a green corridor that teems with one of the most varied species of primates and bird life in East Africa. Stunning crater lakes and rugged mountain ranges provide the visual spectacle while the lush vegetation and fertile lands blends the harmony of human habitation and primate territory together that allows Kibale National Park to be a green eden.
Why Kibale National Park?
Harboring the greatest variety and concentration of primates found anywhere in East Africa in a green paradise spanning over 560 square kilometres, the Kibale National Park is home to 13 primate species from the chimpanzees to the endangered and rare red colobus monkeys. The park is also home to mammals including the elephant, bushbuck, duiker and buffalo.