kalinzu forest reserve
Kalinzu Forest is an African natural tropical rain- forest located in southwestern Uganda near the confines of the mighty Queen Elizabeth national park, Kalinzu forest is famous for the rewarding chimpanzee trekking experience. Kalinzu forest chimpanzee tracking age limit is 13 years and above.
Kalinzu Forest is close to Queen Elizabeth National Park and tracking chimpanzees here is superiorly better because there is less congestion, even while booking for the chimpanzee tracking permits, you explore Kalinzu Forest Reserve in the entire day trip while hitting the magnificent climbing trails and good for birders.
Kalinzu Forest is a unique place where travelers can enjoy amazing tourism activities off the chance by visiting Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kalinzu Forest Reserve allows travelers to participate in hiking, bird watching, nature walks, chimpanzee tracking and endless game drives from Queen Elizabeth national park to Kalinzu Forest Chimpanzee Tracking.
Kalinzu Forest harbors more than 414 tree species,97 moths, bushes, 262 butterflies, over 379 bird species such as the Great Blue Turaco, sunbirds, black &white casket, and cuckoos which are an astounding fortune trove for bird watching.
Kalinzu forest Reserves harbors 6 different primates Species which include chimpanzees, Blue Monkeys, Black and White Colobus Monkeys, and vervet monkeys. Kalinzu forest Reserves range with more than 220 Chimpanzees, of which 70 or more chimpanzees are habituated and ready for tourism.