Little Monkey Camp is located at the edge of Kibale Forest National Park.
The accommodations offers traditional chalets. The beds are draped with a mosquito net.
Little Monkey Camp also includes a children’s playground. Guests can enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurant, followed by a drink at the bar. The property also offers packed lunches.
Bike hire and car hire are available at the property and the area is popular for primate trekking. Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including birding and forest/swamp walks.


Little Monkey Camp in Kibale Forest National Park offers the following activities; cycling, fishing, canoeing, hiking and chimpanzee trekking.

Cycling in Kibale Forest National Park

Cycling usually starts from our premises and we provide guides. This takes around 2-4 hours tour with some climbing altitude surrounded by swaying trees and beautiful forest views. This is an environment that awakens a vibrant energy within you.

Fishing at Semliki National Park

Fishing is one of the leisure activities done and it is enjoyed so much. Sport fishing, also called game fishing, is fishing for leisure, exercise or competition. We teach our clients how to fish using local methods for example using fish hooks.

Canoeing at Rweteera Park in Kibale Forest National Park

Enjoy canoeing in the Crater Lake as you explore birds, trees, hippos; Kibale national park and great sunrise/sunset. I recommend you Canoeing to have an extraordinary memorable Vacation with Rweteera Park.

Hiking at Rweteera Park in Kibale Forest National Park

We can take you on a trail up the Top of the world with spectacular views of 5 crater lakes in one area or on one of the many day trips and outings around Rwenzori Mountains and Kibale National parks.

Chimpanzee Trekking at Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park in the southwest of Uganda, is home to around 1,500 – the highest concentration of chimps anywhere in the country. Here at Little Monkey Camp we have experienced Guides who are going to lead you to the beautiful Forest of Kibale to spot Chimpanzee. Two treks take place every day in Kibale National Park, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The terrain of the forest is not too challenging, particularly in comparison to the often grueling terrain of gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. This makes the trekking more comfortable and more accessible for those who aren’t up for difficult hiking. 

My conclusion about Little Monkey Camp at Kibale Forest National Park

I recommend you to Little Monkey Camp for the best accommodation and due to advanced technology, you can book online so please check on every social media pages to book your stay at Little Monkey Camp.

White Water Rafting

There is nothing more exhilarating than your first safari in Africa – especially when its experienced with your loved ones. Family is something we cherish, this is why we have curated our family-friendly camps to cater to the needs of the whole family especially your little cubs.

An African safari is unique and can help introduce the world to children in ways that can’t be taught. Travel is a rich and rewarding experience and a family safari is an adventure you won’t want to miss out on.

One of guests, Daisy Seilern and her family recently visited two of our family friendly camps in Botswana, Linyanti Ebony and Khwai Leadwood.

She documented her experience in this special blog below.


We stayed at African Bush Camp Khwai Leadwood for three nights with our three children (ages 8, 11, and 12). The lodge was breathtaking! The interior was colonial style, comfortable, and absolutely beautiful! We loved the river in front of the terrace and the fire place to watch the elephants. It is pure luxury in the middle of the bush. Also, the food was excellent!

Moremi game reserve

Photo by: Daisy Seilern

Moremi Game Reserve is very close and has a huge number of animals and different species. Our guide was called Banda—and we have never had such a good guide before!!!

He was wonderful and patient with the children and had so much knowledge about nature and animals. He explained everything to them and engaged the kids in tracking the animals. We saw leopards, elephants, Impalas, crocodiles, hippos, lions, baboons, giraffes, and warthogs.

Photo by: Daisy Seilern

It is an animal paradise. We’ve done a few safaris before, but this was our favourite location ever. Lots of the roads were underwater and it was such an adventure to drive through the water with the Jeep. The kids had a blast.

We would always come back!