Uganda is endowed with beautiful forests where activities such as forest nature walks can take place. Some of the forest include; Mabira Forest, Budongo Forest, Kibale Forest, Bwindi Forest, Mpanga Forest Reserves,
Mabira Forest can be discovered via an extensive trails. For the vigorous people, there is a around 25km bike trail that links the forest to the nearby sugar and tea plantations. Several activities are carried out in the forest and these include; Forest/nature walks, birding, cycle trails, mountain biking, or even relaxing and have a picnic lunch at the forest centre.
Budongo Forest is approximately 3-4 hours drive on the way to Murchison falls National Park. Chimpanzee tracking is the most famous activity. You can also see many forest birds including the white-thighed hornbill and puvel’s illadopsis on Masindi Paraa road.
Kibale forest is one of the most beautiful and stunning forest in Uganda. It is the home to the largest number of our closet living relative, the endangered chimpanzee as well as the threatened red colobus monkey and the rare L’Hoest monkey. Chimpanzee tracking; this is a highlight of visit to Kibale and leaves from Kanyankyu at 0800hrs and 1400hrs daily. There is Primate Walk, Forest hike, Children’s activities, Chimpanzee habituation experience and Bigodi wetland and Magombe swamp walk