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We had heard that the chances of seeing chimps in Kyambura are only about 50% and were very pleased to have spotted a group within 15 minutes of walking which stayed in the same place for a while, and allowed us to spend time observing...More
I was a little nervous about doing the chimpanzee hike here as I read that it's hard to see them. The hike was a little I sense at first as we were taking off the trail. But we found the chimps and we were about...More
We had an amazing safari in our own 4 wheel drive with a local guide Fazil, organised by the lodge. After picking up the permits we drove into the park and straight away saw a leopard in a tree, quite a rare sight. We also...More
After a disappointing time at Kibale forest Chimpanzee Habituation we wern't expecting to much... boy was i wrong. It's a smaller ran guided tour to see the chimps. We went mid afternoon and were the only two there. We had a ranger and a local...More
We had a very positive experience with this trek. First of all the view from the platform at the top of the gorge was dramatic, with mist and the sound of rushing water. Then we met our guide, Ruth, who was a very knowledgable and...More
The chimpanzee tracking hike does not take that long and is not particularly difficult, but one does risk spending 150$ per person and seeing no chimps, as only a small number live in the Gorge. We got to watch one male chimp in a tree...More
its one of amazing place to do chimpanzee tracking which involves hiking and serious physical. the rates are very low $50pp, compared to Kibale $150 pp however there are only 15 chimps here. you can include it on your safari to Queen Elizabetb NP
We did see chimps but in fig tree feeding. The walking was on paths and fairly flat. we saw some other wildlife hippos and various monkeys . It is sad that now this population is so detached from others that inbreeding is becoming a problem...More
This is a great park you can drive around on your own without a guide, though a guide can help find places the animals tend to hang out. Of course, there are never any guarantees with wild animals.
We did a few self-drives as well...More
We didn't have reservations. We were on a game drive and there wasn't much to see, so just asked our driver if there were any Chimps nearby. He took us the the Gorge. It was later in the afternoon, small ranger post, there... More
We didn't have reservations. We were on a game drive and there wasn't much to see, so just asked our driver if there were any Chimps nearby. He took us the the Gorge. It was later in the afternoon, small ranger post, there were no other tourist, most go on the morning trek but it was... great time. The first 15 minute walk was a little warm but once in the floor of gorge it was nice and cool
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We went to both places last year. Our journey was specifically to see the Gorillas. This is a trip of a lifetime, and the experience will stay with you forever. QENP is nice and the views from the lodges are stunning, but... More
We went to both places last year. Our journey was specifically to see the Gorillas. This is a trip of a lifetime, and the experience will stay with you forever. QENP is nice and the views from the lodges are stunning, but the gorillas are a must in Bwindi. We loved it so much we are going back again next year.