3 Day Game viewing Tour
Kibale Forest National Park

Plan a Kibale Forest National Park game viewing tour when you have just three vacation days of your business travel schedule in Africa.

You will particularly enjoy this Uganda tour package when you feel you "Must See" a variety of animals that are "kin folks" to man, monkeys, chimps, Mangabeys, and you can name the rest.

Kibale National Park harbours the greatest variety and concentration of primates found anywhere in East Africa.


Whereas Kibale has huge numbers of primates, you will not find Mountain gorillas in this Uganda National Park.

The park is also an interesting Bird watching destination in Africa.

In this part of the Uganda Safaris guide we concentrate on giving you information to help you make a realistic budget of your vacation time and money during your 3 day Kibale game viewing Safari.

You may also use this information to asses the tour package offered by your Uganda tour operator to ensure that your "Must see" Uganda attraction is well placed on your itinerary!

Find information and tips about;

Day 1- Drive from Kampala to Kibale Forest National Park

After early breakfast you will travel from Kampala to Kibale National Park. You will drive for almost have a half day west ward via Mityana to Fort Portal, passing though verdant countryside and traditional homesteads and farms.

You will find Fort Portal resting in the shadow of the Fabled Mountains of the Moon.

You will have your dinner and overnight stay at your best Safari Lodge in Kibale.

Ndali Safari Lodge and the tree house at kanyankyu ecological centre are favorites for many Uganda tourists.


You will have to book this Uganda accommodation for 2 nights.

Day 2- Track Chimpanzees, Search for monkeys and Enjoy Kibale Forest

After your breakfast, you will walk into the Forest with a tour guide, for primate viewing.

You will start this activity at 8.00 am in the morning and for half the day you will search for chimpanzees and other primates including phoestes, Red-Colobuses, Blues, Red-tailed and grey cheeked Mangabeys swinging through the dense forest.

You just can't avoid the variety of birds, butterflies and many small insects in Kibale Forest.

The guide will provide detailed explanations on not only primates, but also on all the forest's fauna and flora, ensuring that your walk is both informative and enjoyable.

After your lunch, pay a visit to the Bigodi swamp eco tourism site, this tourism site is so amaizingly endowed with rare and beautiful fauna and flora.

Kibale safari lodge for dinner and overnight stay for the second day.

Day 3- Tour the Region and End your Kibale Forest National Park Safari

On the third and final day of your 3 day game viewing safari, take your breakfast early and explore the region.

Because the region is found in the great rift valley, you will enjoy seeing the many crater lakes around.

End your safari before midday and proceed to Kampala with lunch en route.


If you have an early morning flight, then book into your favorite Entebbe Hotel to avoid missing your flight.

However, if you have an evening flight the next day, then you can book into a kampala hotel for one night and take an airport shuttle to Entebbe Airport the following day.

So, How much does a 3 Day Kibale Forest National Park Safari cost?

If you feel a 3 Day Kibale Forest National Park Safari is the perfect tour package for you. Then find out how much this Uganda vacation will cost you...!

Since the cost for your game viewing tour package will vary depending on the kind of toursit accommodation you will choose, send us your preferences and we shall give you an estimate of how much this Uganda tour package could cost you.

Our cost estimates will cover the following aspects of your tour.

  • Cost of overlland transportation and Fuel
  • Cost of Chimpanzee Tracking
  • Cost of a Full time safari guide and his associated expenses
  • Park entrance fees
  • Game drive fees
  • Nature walk fees
  • Accommodation and meals

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