is mostly done in Kibale national park near fortpotal town.Fort portal is the closest town to Kanyanchu just 36km distance where the activities
begin, in Kibale National Park.
The friendly and experienced ranger guides will share their knowledge with you on primates, birds, elephants, butterflies, reptiles, amphibians, trees and medical plants, and of course, the habituated chimps. In this case, therefore, the most famous inhabitants are the chimpanzees and over 1000 individuals are protected in the park of which over 80-strong community has been habituated to tourist visits, as well as half-a-dozen readily observed monkey species, including the acrobatic red Columbus and black and white Columbus, and the handsome L'Hoest's monkey.
At this site a community of chimpanzees has been habituated since 1991, allowing visitors the unique opportunity to view these Great Apes in their natural environment with better than 90% chance of success.Besides being an exciting holiday destination, Kibale National Park(KNP) is an important site for conservation and research.
The Uganda Wild Life Authority and The Jane Good all Institute have teamed up to form the Kibale Primate Habituation project which focuses on habituating the chimpanzees to human presence. Other places where we find such primates include; Ngamba Island Sanctuary, Kyambura Gorge, etc.