Come visit the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project (CRP) at the River Gambia National Park (RGNP).

 

overview

The CRP is a working project which allows tourists to visit and have a glimpse at our work with the chimpanzees from Thursday through Sunday. We are closed to the public on Monday through Wednesday in order to fully concentrate on our work. 

The RGNP is home to the CRP which was established on the islands in 1979 for the care and reintroduction of orphaned and unwanted chimpanzees. 

Wild chimpanzees disappeared from The Gambia in the early 1900’s, but there are now more than 100 chimpanzees living free on 3 islands in 4 separate social groups.


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