can i see chimpanzees in Kalinzu forest resrves-uganda
Kalinzu Forest is a natural forest reserve that is located in Bushenyi district, southwestern Uganda. It is close to Queen Elizabeth National Park and also near Maramagambo Forest, which is a great Uganda tourist destination for safaris. Kalinzu forest accommodates about 414 different tree species, 378 bird species, and six primate mammals. You can also spot butterflies, wildflowers, and reptiles among wildlife animals.
Kalinzu Forest Reserve is within the average altitude of about 1400 meters above sea level since Kalinzu Forest is next to Queen Elizabeth National Park. A lot of wildlife animals hide in this forest, such as elephants that camouflage in different vegetation, leopards, forest hogs, warthogs, and waterbucks, among others.
Kalinzu Forest is also famous for Chimpanzee Trekking Adventures in the Jungle. It is named the second-best chimpanzee trekking experience destination after Kibale Forest National Park, which is home to over 300 chimpanzees that have been habituated and are ready for a tourism experience on Uganda’s tour.
Kalinzu The chimp trekking experience is available in the morning, beginning at 8 a.m., or in the afternoon, beginning at 3 p.m. daily. The chimp trekking experience briefing begins at UWA headquarters in the park, where travelers are taught about the dos and don'ts of trekking in Kalinzu Forest. Although chimpanzee trekking in the Kalinzu Forest is limited to children who are 13 years of age and older,