In the tall, dense treetops over 310 different birds (16 of
which are endemic) and hundreds of butterfly species thrive and
fill the air with colour. Lower down, 12 different primate species
can be found among the old mahogany trees, giant ferns and climbing
orchids. Particularly notable are the 400-strong troop of
habituated Ruwenzori Black & White Colobus, as well as the
habituated group of chimpanzees.
Visitors can stay busy here with numerous hiking and biking
trails to explore, and of course, the opportunity to track and
spend time with the chimpanzees. To get to grips with the scale of
the forest, a walk along the canopy walkway offers incredible
panoramic views over the treetops.