How to Get to Kyambura Game Reserve
The Kyambura Gorge is located in the North-Eastern side of Queen Elizabeth National Park, approximately 30 km from QENP Headquarters. Spanning a distance of 16km south of Lake George and Kyambura Gorge links to the Kazinga Channel forming the northern boundary of the reserve. Village and plantations lie to the south.
Activities at Kyambura Game Reserve
Chimpanzee tracking is an interesting encounter with the amazing chimpanzees in their natural habitat. Some of the Chimpanzees in this gorge have been habituated in a process that took close to 2 years meaning that these chimpanzees are familiar with humans and can carry on their day to day activities in the presence of humans.
The chimp trekking experience is usually combined with activities within Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Guided nature walks and forest walks
These walks bring you closer to nature as you adventure and explore this amazing valley, game viewing of Black and white colobus monkeys, giant forest hogs and the red-tailed monkeys, in addition to many others.
Kyambura gorge offers great birding opportunities with chances of viewing different avian speciesMartial Eagle, Bar-tailed Godwit, Black-rumped Buttonquail, Shoebill, African Skimmer, Lesser plus Greater Flamingo, Chapin’s Flycatcher, White-tailed Lark, Corncrake, Pink Backed Pelican, Verreaux’s Eagle Owl, Papyrus Canary, White-winged Warbler, African Broadbill, Papyrus Gonolek and the Black Bee-eater.