Kyambura wildlife reserve consists of the renowned magnificent Kyambura George an underground forest boarded by the kichambwa escarpment of the rift valley. It’s a paradise with striking views and a great bonus to Queen Elizabeth national park.
The upper escarpment contains the Savannah vegetation, Kyambura wild life reserve is said to have recorded 13 habitats here and the only place near Queen Elizabeth to trek chimpanzees.
It’s drained by the Kyambura River and one of the most impressive landscapes Uganda can offer with outstanding scenic views. It’s also close to the equator crossing.
The steep slopes of Kyambura George are believed to have been formed by the raging thunderous water of river Kyambura many years ago leading to its rich biodiversity of the riverine forest attracting many primates which can be accessed by foot with a well-trained knowledgeable tour guide.