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Ngamba Island is positioned in the interior of Lake Victoria which a re-known lake standing as the largest lake in Africa, the second largest fresh water lake in the world and the largest tropical lake in the world . The Island supports a count of 48 Chimpanzees and it stretches to 100 acres. This 2 days tour involves spending a night on the sanctuary in the Island tented Camp which is rewarding with a complete resort atmosphere. You are picked at your place of stay, transferred to Entebbe dock transfer by a speed boat to Island, engage in Chimpanzee feeding viewing, the sun set cruise and optional care giving and return the following day and be dropped off at your place of stay in either Entebbe or Kampala.
Make Journey to Ngamba Island and Enjoy Feeding Chimps
Wake up in high spirit because you are going to make friends with our next cousins in the wild. Ngamba Island is in Kome archipelago on Lake Victoria and is home to 39 orphaned Chimpanzees.
You will drive from Kampala to be at the pier before 0900hr, you will go aboard a boat for 45 minutes or an hour.
Arrive for a short briefing and introduction, shortly it will be time for feeding the chimps and enjoy the fascinating show your new found friends can put up. There is real drama during feeding time when you will observe the different characters in the Chimps with some whistling for food and others clapping. Spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing and enjoying the fresh breeze.
Dinner and over night at Ngamba island sanctuary camp.
Forest Walk-Wake up for the forest walk where you will interact will the juvenile group aged between 4-7 years old. . In the forest walk they may climb all over you, and normally many at the same time, and they mayl expect you to carry them, so be ready for the excitement. Board your boat back to the man land where you will meet your guide for your drive back to Kampala where the Safari ends.
When taking this trip you also support Chimp Trust, which is working to protect the forest habitat of the chimpanzees and caring for those unable to return to the wild.