CAN I SEE CHIMPANZEES IN KYAMBURA GORGE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Uganda’s secret cleft has been surfaced in this flat savannah grassland bordering Queen Elizabeth national park located in southwestern Uganda. Kyambura Gorge harbors the most popular chimpanzee and other primate species destinations in Uganda, like olive baboons, among others.
Kyambura Gorge is perched in the eastern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Kyambura Gorge is also known as "the valley of the apes." Kyambura Gorge is a product of centuries of erosion by the Kyambura River. Kyambura Gorge’s dense forest is a prime habitat for Uganda’s chimpanzees, offering travelers a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Kyambura Gorge chimpanzee tracking is accompanied by an experienced Ugandan Wildlife Authority tour guide who unleashes the hidden secrets of Kyambura Forest, making you feel like you are in another world.
Kyambura Gorge habituates 17 chimpanzees, and the sights and sounds within the forest generate suspense that is more rewarding to many travelers. Chimpanzee tracking permits can be booked through Devine African Safaris as we take care of everything directly with the Uganda Wildlife Authority.
Kyambura Gorge experience can be added on to an existing safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Queen Elizabeth National Park has a rich bio-diversity that is usually visited for endless game drives, boat cruises at Kazinga Channel, and for the famous tree-climbing lions of the Ishasha sector.