1 Day Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Viewing Safari – 1 Day Chimp Tour Uganda
The 1 day Ngamba Island will lead you to Ngamba Island a chimpanzee sanctuary. You will take a cruise to the sanctuary to participate in the viewing and feeding of the chimps, visiting the fishing village and swimming at the equator for the good swimmers. The island also offers the best spot for bird watching and in case of a sleep over, one gets the opportunity to view the milk way.
Highlights for the 1 day Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Tour – Uganda Safari
- Chimpanzee viewing
- Visiting the fishing village
- Swimming at the equator for good swimmers
Detailed itinerary for the 1 day Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Watching Safari
You will have a morning briefing about your trip from your guide after breakfast, then he will drive you to Lake Victoria approximately 23 km south-east of Entebbe. You will board a boat to take you to Ngamba Island which takes you approximately 45 minutes.
On arrival at the sanctuary, you will go to the briefing center to be briefed about the various activities at the sanctuary. After your briefing, head out to view the chimps feeding at a closest raised platform. You can also participate in the feeding process as feed your favorite chimpanzee. After the feeding, you will be guided by the care take through the different sectors at the sanctuary like the food store to see the different types of food chimps eat and the chimp clinic to learn about the types of treatments given to the chimps.
You will have a lunch break at the sanctuary and then embark on the remaining activities. You will go for a visit at the neighboring fishing village. You will meet locals caring their fishing experiments. You can decide to participate in the fishing process in case you carried your fishing tools or join the locals as they fish.
Later in the evening head back to Entebbe with a stopover at the equator for good swimmers to swim at the equator in the Victoria. As you cross the equator, you will observe vow the boat will be pushed by the north and south poles forces as it tends to keep position. You will notice the increase in the engines energy to overcome the equator line. Proceed your journey to Entebbe for your late flight or hotel.
End of the 1 day Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Tour – Uganda Safari
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Includes for your 1 day Ngamba Island Chimp Tracking Tour
- English speaking Driver guide
- All mentioned activities in the itinerary
- Water on board
Excludes on your 1 day Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Watching Safari
- Items of personal interest
About Ngamba Island Sanctuary
Ngamba Island is at present home to 49 stranded and seized chimpanzees, protected from the illicit pet and bush smeat exchange. In spite of their underlying injury, chimps living at Ngamba have a safe and semi-indigenous habitat in which to recuperate and in the long run flourish over their long existences of as long as 60 years.
Established in 1998, the island offers 95 sections of land of common woods where the chimps meander and scavenge every day. Their eating routine is enhanced on numerous occasions every day a lot to the enjoyment of visiting voyagers who can watch the taking care of from a survey stage. The chimpanzees likewise have the opportunity to remain in the woodland around evening time or come back to evening walled in areas where they can construct settles and get a night supper. Read more about Ngamba Island chimp sanctuary here. Also read about AfriTrek Holidays.
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