Uganda's top primate safaris
Uganda is a primitive capital with 13 diurnals and six nocturnal species hence ranking as the final destination with the greatest population of primates on the African continent. Uganda’s highlight list of primates includes the great ape’s mountain gorillas of Bwindi impenetrable forest national park & mgahinga gorilla national park, and Chimpanzee of Kibale forest national park, kyambura gorge, budong forest, and kalinzu forest which brings more attention of visitors to Uganda primates’ trip.
Other Uganda’s primate species are golden monkeys of Mgahinga gorilla national park, de brazza’s monkey, red colobus monkeys, black and white colobus monkey, bush baby, grey checked mangabey, pottos, baboons, L’Hoest monkey, patas monkeys, red-tailed monkey, blue monkey, and vervet monkeys.
Uganda offers a more profound primate experience more than any other tourism destination in Africa. With premium endangered Mountain gorilla trekking and chimpanzee tracking safari are most travelers’ favorites for a memorable in their natural expedition.
While primate habituation experience is always incredible to travelers because they take more time with these primates. Habituation experiences are done with primatologists, researchers, rangers, and travelers to a semi habituated mountain gorilla or chimpanzee family and allow travelers to enjoy a thrilling experience with these primates.