Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park


Kibale National Park set on 795 sq km of land  and  is located in Kibale-Fort Portal area . It provides a 180 km corridor for wildlife between Ishasha and Sebitoli. The park which was gazetted  in 1993 ranks  among  the Africa’s foremost research sites.

It has a forest varied  tracts of tropical forest  cover  interspersed with patches of grassland and swamps.

The park is home to a total of 70 mammal species including 13 species of primate.  It has   over 375 species of birds recorded by the park.  It is also  a home of over 351 species of trees and a number of them over 55m and more than 200 years old.