Chimp Tracking was really cool. You hook up with the local Uganda Wildlife Authority rangers who start you tracking off into the jungle. It took us several hours to actually find the chimps, but that was part of the journey, and you can hear them screaming, aka going [--], in the jungle off and on, and that is part of how we located them. There was also another team of rangers tracking them too. They split up the groups to increase the chances of finding them, and when one team finds them, they contact the other over radio. Once we found them, even though the chimps were acting really crazy, they did not seem to mind our presence one bit and tolerated us walking through the jungle with them. That was soooo cool. We probably saw nearly 30 of them when we finally found them. Make sure you bring water for the hike, and perhaps some rubberbands to tie your pant legs to your socks, or you can just tuck your pants into your socks, but you will want to do this as there are some pretty nasty ants out there. They also do a nice nature walk through a swamp where you will see many other types of birst and monkeys. The terrain there is very beautiful, and I loved my time there.
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