2 Days chimpanzee tracking
Walk Briefing and Vaccines Check up and then after assemble at the pier of Lake Victoria to meet your 12:45pm boat to Ngamba Island.
Here they have replicated some of the country’s conservation zones such as savannah, wetlands and tropical forest. The boat takes about 45 minutes across to Ngamba Island Chimp Sanctuary, crossing the Equator en-route.
On arrival at this home to 39 orphaned chimps, you will be given a short introduction and briefing on the sanctuary. After which, the chimpanzee feeding time will come! Watch these primates from the visitors’ platform whilst they are feeding. It is fascinating to watch the chimps intermingle with each other and with their keepers. You will realize that most of them have different characters just like Man. Whereby some are very greedy others aren’t. This is fascinating!! In the relatively short amount of time you are there you will be able to see such different personalities amongst the group, with some whistling for food and others clapping. Clearly, the superlative option would be to re-introduce these orphaned chimpanzees to the wild however this is not possible for a number of different reasons and the sanctuary is not bad for second best. Dinner and Overnight at G & C Ngamba Island Camp
Day 2 -Forest Walks and Transfer to Entebbe/Kampala
Take breakfast, and go for a forest walk in search for these chimps. This is a unique experience. The playful chimps climb on you, pull your hair, or just walk along holding your hand! You will also give a hand in the bedtime and early morning feeding routine of chimpanzees including interaction with the chimps. Return to the main land at 5:00 where you will meet your guide/driver who will drive you back to your hotel in Kampala/ Entebbe.
This safari includes;
-Transportation by a 4x4 wheel drive
-A visit to UWEC
-Accommodation on the Island
-Speed boat to and from the Island
But excludes all personal expenditures not mentioned in the itinerary.