Operation Chimpanzee: Getting The Chimps To Rubondo Island
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager
You may have heard about the intriguinghabituation of our Rubondo Island chimpanzees, your interest may have been piqued, and now your question is, “How did the chimpanzee manage to get all the way to Rubondo Island?”
Luckily, we have an easy-to-understand infographic which helps you to get a complete understanding of how the chimpanzee’s of Rubondo Island made their way here. They travelled an extremely long way and whilst it was tricky, the final outcome is one we can be very proud of. The Chimpanzee Habituation Program is something we recommend every Rubondo Island Camp guest to take part in and promise that its an unforgettable experience!
How The Chimpanzee’s Got To Rubondo Island
Rubondo Island Camp
Rubondo Island Campsits in the southwest corner of Lake Victoria. Created for those seeking the thrill of adventure in a truly wild area, the area is largely untouched by man. Rubondo Island Camp is the only lodging on the island, you’ll be immersed in this lush and unspoiled ecosystem.
The camp is made up of only eight waterfront chalets – this means that the Rubondo experience is extremely exclusive, and because of the location of the cottages, the experience is one that is full of adventure and excitement too!
The accommodations at Rubondo Island Camp have just been completely revitalized, and now are more inviting than ever before. Each of the eight chaletsisblended seamlessly into the lush landscape and are shaded by the surrounding indigenous forest. These chalets are surrounded by rolling green lawns that roll further onto the beachy shores of Lake Victoria. Guests can enjoy the sounds of the forest and the view of the world’s second largest lake while relaxing on the verandah.
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