Tourist Activities In Kyambura George in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Kyambura gorge is part of Queen Elizabeth National Park which is located in the western part of Uganda with a variety of wildlife life species

Tourist Activities In Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Tourist / travel activities in Kyambura gorge refers to things that tourists can participate in when visiting Kyambura Gorge. Every traveler or visitor leaves his or her home for the vacation to participate in any activities that are not or rarely found in his or her home areas and therefore visitors will engage in a variety of tourist/ travel activities when in Kyambura Gorge.

Kyambura gorge is part of Queen Elizabeth National Park which is located in the western part of Uganda with a variety of wildlife life species including tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector, meet the big four animals in Queen Elizabeth National Park that include the lions, leopards, elephants, and buffaloes.

Queen Elizabeth National Park features the Kazinga channel which joins the two lakes of Edward and Gorge. This channel offers boat cruise safaris to visitors to meet several species of birds at the Kazinga landing site as well as several animal species that coverage around this channel for water during the dry spells of the year.

The following are the tourists and travel activities in Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Chimpanzee trekking safaris in Kyambura Gorge:

Chimpanzee trekking is one of the most experience-rich activities that most of the visitors run to participate in. This is one of the best primate safaris in Uganda. Chimpanzee trekking safaris are best possible only when chimpanzees are well habituated. Kyambura Gorge is the only place where you can go for chimpanzee trekking in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Visitors will need to book a gorilla trekking permit from the Mweya visitor information center, chimpanzee trekking begins early in the morning as your being passed through the rules and regulations for chimpanzee trekking. You need to follow different rules and regulations when you’re doing chimpanzee trekking as you will be told what to do and what you should not do in the forest.

The chimpanzee in Kyambura wildlife reserves was well trained to get used to human beings by a team of researchers in the process called the chimpanzee habituation process. You can go and see these primates when they are not in fear because they have been trained and are familiar with you. There are other primates other than chimpanzees that you can encounter on your chimpanzee trekking safaris and these include the likes of olive baboons, vervet monkeys, black monkeys, and white monkeys among others. Enjoy the jumping games of the monkeys as they jump from one tree to another. Upon spotting the chimpanzees, you will be allowed only one hour to see them while standing 7 meters away from them.

Bird watching safaris in Kyambura Gorge:

The Natural environment surrounding the Gorge including the forests, savannah plains, and the rivers favors the birds to stay and enjoy this gorge as their home. Kyambura Gorge is known as an enjoyable place for birders because of the different bird species that the Gorge contains.

Visitors need to park their safari vehicles and walks on food as you’re doing the birding watching activity. While in the forest, you will be led by the experienced guide as he or she guides and helps you to identify the bird’s presents. The best common bird species that can be sighted in Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park include African skimmer, African broadbill, papyrus canary, pink backed pelican, Chapin’s flycatcher, Verreaux’s eagle-owl among other species of interest.

Guided Nature walks in Kyambura gorge.

Apart from bird watching safaris and chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura Gorge, visitors can still engage in guided nature walk safaris conducted within the same gorge. Guided Nature Walks in the Kyambura gorge will enable you to get insights into the first and physical hand information about the gorge as you traverse the Kyambura forested escapements.

There are different trails that visitors use when doing their nature walk safaris in Kyambura Gorge. An experienced guide will guide you to which site to use as you encounter different bird and primate species. Birds such as Martial Eagle, African skimmer, bar-tailed Godwit, blue-headed Bee-eater, less and greater flamingoes all can be spotted while on guided Nature walk safaris in Kyambura gorge. Other than birds, the guided nature walks will make you encounter valuable primates such as baboons, monkeys without forgetting chimpanzees. Book with us at Africa adventure vacations for the best chimpanzee trekking safaris in Kyambura Gorge Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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