Buriaga Chimpanzee Habituation Experience

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Buriaga Chimpanzee Habituation Experience

Buriaga chimpanzee habituation experience at USD100- As the chimpanzee habituation experience is becoming so popular tourist activity among the tourists after it was introduced in 2018 in Kibale Forest National Park, as of today visitors now are free to book the chimpanzee habituation experience at Buriaga in Kibale Forest National Park. Buriaga chimpanzee habituation experience is now available and as long as you are interested in engaging in this unique gorilla experience activity introduced by the Uganda wildlife authority. The Buriage chimpanzee trekking was the first place zeroed for chimpanzee habituation Experience in Kibale forest National Park. The experience starts at the Kanyanchu wildlife visitor information center and it is only the Uganda wildlife authority that is responsible for issuing chimpanzee habituation experience in Kibale Forest National Park.

Why is Buriaga chimpanzee habituation experience in Kibale at USD100?

Visitors are reminded that the actual chimpanzee habituation experience in Kibale forest National park is at USD250 per person per half-day but the chimpanzee habituation experience in Buriage still in Kibale forest National park is at USD100 per person per trek and this is actually because that the chimpanzees at Buriage are still in their early stages of and therefore the chances of seeing these wonderful species are minimal. Still, visitors will have to move for a long distance to trek the chimpanzees at Buriage because they are still wild and when they see people they instead keep moving on. The Buriaga chimpanzee habituation permits still in Kibale are at USD100 but we encourage you to go for the USD250  chimpanzee habituation process since here you are rest assured that you will be able to see this wonderful primate activity.

Chimpanzee habituation experience provides visitors with the amazing opportunity to spend more time with chimpanzees and visitors’ will see the gorillas for up to 6 hours as you take photos, and seeing them. This great activity takes place in Kibale forest National Park located in southwestern Uganda whereby tourists take place in the activities that are done by the experts aiming at training the chimpanzees to get used to human beings. Africa adventure vacations organize both chimpanzee habituation and chimpanzee trekking safaris in Kibale Forest National Park. Just contact us for more information about these wonderful primate safaris.

What to pack for Buriaga chimpanzee habituation in Uganda

Hiking boots

These should be worn during the activity to hike comfortably through the forests which are sometimes slippery in wet seasons

A camera

A camera without flash lights is advisable and you will get to capture a number of photographs and videos of primates undergoing habituation process in the park. You will also get to capture a number of photos of monkeys, wild animals and birds in the park among other rewarding attractions.

Binoculars

You are advised to carry a pair of binoculars during chimpanzee habituation because you will get to see a number of bird species in the park such as grey throated tit, grey crowned crane, red faced woodland warbler, dusky crimson wing, marsh harrier, double collared sunbird, African rwenzori, long crested eagle, handsome francolin, paradise flycatcher, archer’s ground and double collared sunbird among others.

Insect repellent

Kibale national park is characterized with a number of trees species which act as a habitant to a number of insects such as mosquitoes, tsetse flies which can cause malaria and sleeping sickness respectively or cause irritation with their bites therefore you should apply insect repellents to avoid bites.

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