Chimps are human's closest relatives sharing more than 98% of the DNA. With time, they adjust their habitats and develop human-like tools for survival. You can visit them in their natural habitat in Uganda.
Kibale National Park- a tropical forest with varying altitudes in southern Uganda, is home to 1,500 chimps, the highest concentration in Uganda, as well as the most diverse (13 species in total). Kibale forest offers both chimpanzees tacking and habituation experiences. Chimpanzee tracking is a very fascinating experience where you are allowed to spend an hour with our mesmerizing relatives, where observe them swing from one tree to another, feed, play about or progress speedily on the ground right in front of you. Chimpanzees as well as humans share over 98 percent of their DNA. The chimpanzee habituation experience, is where you get to experience a day with researchers and experts with experts from the Uganda Wildlife Authority who are involved in the chimpanzee habituation process.