Maramagambo Forest in Queen Elizabeth National Park

The Maramagambo Forest is the ideal destination for hiking as well as nature walk which can take anything from one and a half hours to as long as half the day – the half-day trekking offers a chance to explore some of the stunning crater lakes. The major tree canopy-shaded trails through this glorious verdant forest offer you a rather different experience compared to that you get when exploring the open savannah.

The forest has seven different primate species which you may spot during your guided nature walk among which are Chimpanzees, Black and White Colobus Monkeys, L’Hoest’s Monkeys, Baboons, Red Tailed Monkeys, Blue Monkeys, and Vervet Monkeys.  The forest is in addition habitat to 2 nocturnal species which are: the Pottos plus the Bushbabies.

There are various Uganda safaris Forest Bird species found here in great quantity and certainly, birders will find this forest to be the ideal destination to see a diversity of species among which are some uncommon species like the Rwenzori Turaco, the White Naped Pigeons plus the Forest Flycatchers among many others.

The most well-liked destination here is the impressive Bat Caves. You can view the numerous of bats that reside there and hopefully, you’ll catch the pythons that feed on bats; quite the view.