Uganda is a very diverse place in East Africa with a lot to see and to explore on a safari. Check out some of the other places you don’t want to miss while in the region.
Kibale National Park is best known for its primate populations. With 1450 chimpanzee and 13 other primate species, Kibale has the most Chimpanzees in Uganda and Africa as a whole!
But man’s closest relative is not all the park has to offer: other primates include the uncommon Lhotse’s Monkey, the black and white Colobus monkey, blue monkey, Grey-cheeked Mangabey, Red-tailed Monkey, Olive Baboon, Bush Baby and Patto.
Though rarely seen because of their shy nature, you might be lucky to encounter forest elephants, buffalos, leopards or bush pigs. A keen observer may also spot reptiles and amphibians as well as a colourful variety of birds – at least 335 species.