The forest is also home to over 300 species of birds, with six species endemic to the park, and other mammals including leopard, rare forest elephants, buffalo, giant forest hog and half a dozen species of antelope.
Ndali Lodge is set stunningly amidst the Bunyaruguru crater lake region of Western Uganda, 26 kilometres south of Fort Portal lies at the centre of 1000 acres of privately owned fertile farmland still cultivated in a traditional style.
Kibale Forest National Park harbours the greatest variety and concentration of primates found anywhere in Africa. Not less than thirteen different species are living in this tropical forest, including human’s closest relative, the chimpanzee.
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