Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park was created in 1993 to protect a large area of forest that was previously managed as a logged Forest reserve which was gezzeted in 1932.the protects a moist ever green rain forest,it is situated in western Uganda.evergreen rain forest.The park adjoins with Queen Elizabeth National Park and is one of the most important eco-tourism and safari destination, popular for its population of habituated chimpanzees and 12 other species of primates.

The mammal fauna of Kibale is dominated by primates, 13 species of which live in the forest. The park protects a well studied habituated population of Common Chimpanzee, as well as several species of Central African monkey including the Uganda Mangabey, the Ugandan Red Colobus and the L'Hoest's Monkey. The park's population of elephants travels between the park and Queen Elizabeth National Park, and other large animals that live in the park include leopards, bushpigs, three species of duiker and two species of otter.

Bird life is also prolific, particularly noisy hornbills, two species of pittas (African and Green-breasted) and African Grey Parrots. Kibale National Park is located in the districts of Kabarole and Kibale, approximately 320 kilometres (200 mi), by road, west of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. Fort Portal in Kabarole District is the nearest large city to the national park.