Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Ngamba Island Chimpanzees Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust was established in 1997 to provide orphaned chimpanzees with a secure home to live out their lives, since a return to their natural habitat is not possible. At the same time, the sanctuary seeks to educate visitors and local communities about this remarkable species and the importance of conserving their fragile forest habitat.
Ngamba Island consists of approximately 100 acres, 98 of which are forested and is currently home to about 40 orphaned chimpanzees. Day trips as well as overnight excursions can be organized.

Key Attractions
Chimpanzees
Swimming
Forest trek
Sunbathing
Accommodation Options
Spacious and comfortable tents are available for overnight visitors