What about Chimpanzee Tracking?

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What about Chimpanzee Tracking?

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  1. In addition to mountain gorillas, travelers on Uganda and Rwanda safaris can as well trek chimpanzees. Fortunately, the population of chimpanzees is far higher than that of mountain gorillas in the wild of Uganda and Rwanda and they survive over a much broader range.
    Chimpanzees have been habituated and grouped by the park authorities in Uganda and Rwanda for tourists. Uganda has got two main sites for chimpanzee tracking in Kibale forest national park and Kyambura Gorge where you can find a variety of chimps in very large numbers. Trackers are organized in groups of 6-12 hikers.
    Visitors are accompanied by a park guide to track one chimp community for one hour. Close encounters with chimpanzees are less predictable than with mountain gorillas, though less hiking may be involved.

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