Budongo Forest Second Spot For Chimpanzee Trekking And Facts
Budongo Forest is the second best spot for chimpanzee trekking just adjacent to Murchison Falls National Park. The forest covers about 825 sq km and home to more than 600 chimpanzees with 4 habituated chimpanzee families for a Budongo chimp trek.
Trekking chimpanzees in Budongo forest can even be on a short trip since its the closest Uganda chimp tracking habitat from kampala on about a 4 hours drive. Tracking chimpanzees at Budongo is done on the 115km long trail that offers an extensive chance to see chimps and other primates.
While tracking chimpanzees at Budongo Forest also expect to come along several other flora and fauna species. 9 primate species, 24 species of small mammals, 465 plant species and 270 butterflies are within the boundaries of the forest.
Chimpanzees of Kibale and Budongo Forest and Birding in Bigodi Wetlands, Uganda