Kibale National Park contains one of the loveliest and most varied tracts of tropical forest in Uganda. Woodlands spread, blended with patches of prairie and bog, manages the northern and central bits of the park on a raised level. It is the "primate capital of East Africa," with 13 different primate species. It is home to around 1,450 chimpanzees guaranteed inside its edges of 795km2. It is by far the best spot to see Chimps in East Africa. The vertebrate species in Kibale woods are evaluated at 70 and fuse jaguars, duikers, elands, forest elephants, timberland wild bulls, splendid cats, warthogs, and brier pigs. These are extraordinary to see not at all like the ones in the Savannah fields since they are humble and have obliged human associations. However, the principal interest is the 13 kinds of primates that abide in Kibale woods with chimpanzees being the prime interest. The primates join fence babies, L'Hoest's monkey, red colobus monkey, red-pursued monkey, high complexity colobus monkey, dull cheeked mangabey, olive mandrill, blue monkey, Vervet monkeys, Potto, and Chimpanzees. Kibale forest is a prime birding spot and is home to in excess of 375 flying animal species including six endemic to the Albertine Rift zone. It is a splendid birding spot because of its shifted domain and thick vegetation that give flying creatures a position of asylum and a great deal of nourishment to profit by. Green-breasted Pitta is one of the essential interests for birders visiting the park. Other youngster species to pay extraordinary personality to consolidate; Red-chested owlet, Purple-breasted Sunbird, African Gray Parrot, Blue-breasted Kingfisher, Crowned Eagle, little Greenbul, Black Bee-eater, White-naped Pigeon, and Scaly-breasted Illadopsis are very few to name.
Kibale National Park is open throughout the entire year experience yet the best time to visit is amid the dry seasons of June to August and after that from December to February and these are drier and most smoking months however the best season for chimpanzee trekking. April, May and September to November are the wet seasons and the overwhelming deluges makes woods trails are elusive and streets blocked.
Kibale is available by road from Fort Portal to Kamwenge, which initiates close to the extension over the Mpanga River in Fort Portal and is very much signposted. Turn left at the intersection 12 km from Fort Portal and pursue signpost for a further 24 km to Kanyanchu Tourist Center.
Kibale is a primatologist's fantasy and home to 13 primate species including the almost 1,500 Chimpanzees, the gymnastic red colobus and highly contrasting colobus, and the L'Hoest's monkey. 14 types of snakes, 27 types of frogs and amphibians, somewhere around 20 types of different reptiles and no less than 200 types of butterflies that make it a naturalist's safe house. A birder's heaven the park is home to 340 recorded feathered creatures species, which incorporate the endemic Prirogrine's close to the African Pitta, Green-breasted Pitta, Afep Pigeon, White-naped Pigeon and so forth.