Chimpanzee tracking in Uganda is done in gazetted areas by the Uganda wildlife Authority in Budongo forest Murchison falls National Park, Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park, and Kibale forest National Park.
However, there are other places where Chimpanzees can be tracked and viewed, these include;
The Kalinzu forest, The Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary on Lake Victoria.
Chimpanzees will always live in communities with large male and female communities and will always use tools when eating ants from anthills and will most cases turn aggressive during feed times to maintain the food territory. Some chimpanzees are very aggressive while others are very shy just like Humans the larger males like to put on displays to command respect. When dawn falls chimpanzees will make their beds in trees by bending branches into a nest. They will always shift to other areas for making new nests daily and will sleep for over 9hrs.