11 Days Rwenzori & Chimpanzee Tour
Explore the beauty of the Pearl of Africa – Uganda by opting for the 11 days Rwenzori & Chimpanzee watching that takes you to the luxurious Kilembe route where you will hike to the highest summit of Uganda – Margherita and Kibale forest national park which harbors the endangered chimpanzee species.
11 Days Rwenzori Climbing & Chimpanzee trekking via the Rwenzori Kilembe Trail that is known as the luxury trail for holiday makers wishing to explore Rwenzori Mountains staying in clean huts and news one.
Trip Summary 11 Days Rwenzori & Chimpanzee watching
Day 1: Transfer to Kasese
Day 2: Hike to Sine Hut at 2,596 meters
Day 3: Hike to Mutinda Camp at 3,582 meters
Day 4: Hike to Bugata Camp at 4,100 meters
Day 5: Trek to Hunwick’s Camp
Day 6: Hike to Margherita Camp at 4,485 meters
Day 7: Ascend to Margherita peak at 5,109 meters and descend to Hunwick’s Camp
Day 8: Descend to Kiharo Camp
Day 9: Descend to the park entrance and transfer to Kibale Forest national Park
Day 10: Chimpanzee tracking & Bigodi Walk
Day 11: Transfer to Entebbe
Places to visit on 11 days Rwenzori & Chimpanzee Trek
Rwenzori mountains national park
Renamed after the Rwenzori Mountains – the highest summits of Uganda and the third highest of the African continent, Rwenzori Mountains National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in western Uganda, along the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
It encompasses the Rwenzori mountain range, also known as the "Mountains of the Moon’’ that is famous for its stunning scenery, diverse flora and fauna, and challenging hiking and mountaineering opportunities. With a total coverage area of approximately 1000 square kilometers the park is positioned in the south western region of Uganda on the eastern side of the western African rift valley stretching through the districts of Bundibugyo, Kabarole and Kasese.
Kibale forest national park
Kibale forest national park is renowned for its incredible biodiversity, particularly in terms of primates and bird species, located in the western part of Uganda stretching at approximately 766 square kilometers in size protecting the moist evergreen forests, diverse array of landscapes and it is one of the few remaining destinations with both lowland and montane forests.