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    Kibale National Park

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    Kibale National park covers an area of about 795km and its acknowledged to have one of Uganda’s most gorgeous tropical forest.Its a habitat to many forest wildlife and among these include the primates along with chimpanzees.The forest occupies the northern as well as the central part of the park. Kibale  in the northern part has a  peak of about 1590m above sea level.The northern part is also well known as the wettest area with an annual rainfall of about 1700mm.The rainy months include March-May as well as September-November.It has an average temperature of about 14-27oc and temperatures are high in the south because of  the landscape falls into the scorching rift valley floor.

    The southern Kibale connects to the heart of Queen Elizabeth National park.These parks are acknowledged to have an area of about 180km relocation corridor for wildlife.This tend to extend from Ishasha  to the distant southern part of Queen Elizabeth National park along with the Sebitoli forest located in the northern part of Kibale.

    One of Uganda’s most gratifying park to discover a lot of attraction  is Kibale.The park is suited near to the peaceful Ndali-Kasenda crater and it’s a 30 minutes drive to Queen Elizabeth, Semuliki National park,Toro Semliki wildlife Reserve along with Rwenzori

    Kibale Forest National Park is one of the best safari destination in Africa for chimpanzee tracking. Kibale’s 795km2  National Park contains one of the most beautiful and with the most varying tracts of tropical forest in the whole of Uganda. This is place to a number of forest wildlife, most especially 13 species of primate coupled with chimpanzees.

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