Only in Uganda can you spend more Time with the Primates
Do you want more than what Normal Trekking offers? – The Primate Habituation Experiences are for You
It is only in Uganda where you can find the Unique One-of-a-kind Primate Habituation Experiences. Experiences where you have more time with the primates. The Habituation Experiences give you more time with the Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzee, Golden Monkeys with fewer participants.
Primate Enthusiasts want more than one hour with gorillas, chimpanzees, and golden monkeys that they get on a regular trek. They also want to be more than observers. Last, they like a more exclusive experience with fewer participants than are on regular treks.
The Primate Habituation Experiences delivers all that Primate Enthusiasts are looking for and more.
You have more time with the gorillas, chimpanzees, and Golden Monkeys. You actually participate in the habituation process with fewer participants.
The Primate Habituation Experiences have become the preferred choice of Primate Enthusiasts that flock to Uganda worldwide.
The Primate Habituation Experiences in Uganda
The Gorilla Habituation Experience
When it comes to the Gorilla Habituation Experience, it is David Attenborough who describes it best when he said, “Spending time with these gentle creatures was a profoundly moving experience.”
The all-day Gorilla Habituation Experience Trek has become a favorite with Primate, Enthusiasts, photographers, and those that want to spend some serious time with a Gorilla Family. There are only four participants plus the Uganda Wildlife Authority Rangers.
It is truly a one-of-a-kind experience offered nowhere else but in the Pearl of Africa. Since its inception in 2017, it is now on the bucket list of many African Travelers.
There is one downside to the Gorilla Habituation Experience. There are just four permits each day. Those wishing to do the gorilla habituation experience are greater than the available permits.
We suggest that you book your Gorilla Habituation Experience well in advance. Read more…
The Chimpanzee Habituation Experience
The chimpanzee habituation experience is different from the gorilla habituation experience. Chimpanzees are on the move in search of food. Gorillas, in comparison, stay in one area. The Chimpanzee Habituation experience is not so much a destination where you can observe them but a journey.
During the chimpanzee trekking habituation experience, you do not enter their living room and watch what is going on. A chimpanzee troop covers a large territory. They are always in search of food. Meals are eaten not on the ground but in the trees.
It is a learning time, and many habits and ways that chimpanzees will surprise you. Do not be surprised if you see them hunting red-tailed monkeys. Red-Tailed monkeys are being wiped out by chimpanzees who hunt them for meat.
The chimpanzee habituation experience in Kibale Forest can be an all-day trek or half-day. The choice is yours. Read more…
The Golden Monkey Habituation Experience
The Golden Monkey Habituation Experience is under the radar for most visitors to Uganda. One reason is that it takes place in the off-the-beaten-path Mgahinga Gorilla Park. The other reason that most visitors focus on the Gorillas, with the Chimpanzees being next in line.
The 4-hour with a Golden Monkey Group Habituation Experience occurs on the Ugandan Virunga Volcanoes’ sides in the Bamboo Forests found there. The total Trek usually is around 6 hours n length.
The experience is best combined with a Gorilla Habituation Experience in nearby Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. It can be done on the last day after the Gorilla Habituation Experience Safari in Southern Bwindi Forest or at the Beginning of a Habituation Safari.
Golden Monkeys are attractive monkeys, have fun-loving personalities, love to play, and have fun. It is quite an experience that you do not want to miss. Take many pictures since all you might get at times is a fast-moving blur. Read more…
Primate Habituation Experience Safaris
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