PARK AT A GLANCE:
Size: 795-sq Kms
Famous for Research Centers for the Primates, wild pigs and fish species
Altitude: 1,590 meters above sea level
Kibale National Park contains some of the best and most varied tracts of tropical forests in Uganda.
Forest cover, Intermingled with patches of grasslands and swamps dominate the Northern and Central Parts of the Park on an elevated plateau

Kibale National Park is famous for Chimpanzee tracking.  The Park is home to over 70 mammal, most famously 13-species and including the Chimpanzee

There are over 375 species of birds at Kibale National Park.  This Park adjoins Queen Elizabeth National Park to the South to create a 180Km long corridor for wildlife between Ishasha – he remote southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park and Sebitoli in the north of Kibale National Park

The Kibale –Fort Portal area is one of Uganda’s most rewarding destinations to explore.  The Park lies close the tranquil Ndali-Kasenda crater area and within a half day drive to the Queen Elizabeth, Rwenzori Mountains and Semukili National Park.

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