Kaiyo pabidi forest extends over an expanse of about 8km in the middle of Kichumbayobo gate. It shows all the guests an opportunity of tracking the impressive chimps in addition to other species of primates that can be found in the mahogany trees there. It’s a home for many species of birds like the yellow footed flycatcher, the ituri batis in addition to the white thigh hornbill. Many tourists enjoy taking nature walks in the forests, although Rabongo forest presents the finest experiences the best.
The Buligi region is recognized among the major game viewing safari IN Uganda areas. The savannah grasslands give a great place to enjoy the African wilderness in addition to the attractive sights of the great East African rift valley on top of Lake Albert overlooking the DRC. Some of the activities to be enjoyed here are the game drives that are conducted from Paraa that will rewards you with very splendid sights of the delta going for the three to four hour drive. Seeing the game will be very favorable if done in the morning or in the late afternoon. Your safari guide will give all the necessary information regarding the park and the forests. All the way through this, the visitors have very memorable experience while on the game drive. The Nile offers shelters to many hippos and crocodiles in addition to the aquatic species like the famous Shoebill stork.
Kaniyo Pabidi forest is a good looking natural forest covered majorly by the huge mahogany trees and the iron wood trees. In this forest, the chimps may be tracked from the Kaniyo Pabidi tourism site that is managed by the Jane Goodall institute. The birds in this area are very plentiful with a diversity of species among which are the chocolate backed kingfisher, white thigh hornbill as well as the puvel’s illaposis.
Rabongo Forest stands as an island covered by the tropical river forest with in a sea of stunning grassland in the southern eastern part of the conservation area, its only one and half hours’ drive from Paraa safari lodge. The verdant forest may also be explored not just in safari vehicles but on foot and that way you will have a chance of setting out in search of these very impressive giants’ occasional chimpanzees, in addition to other primate species like the baboons, black and white colobus monkeys and the red tailed monkeys.
The forest may be explored not just in safari vehicles but on foot as well as that way you will have an opportunity of setting out in search of these very impressive giants’ occasional chimps, more so to other primates like the baboons, black and white Colobus monkeys as well as the red tailed monkeys. You can also choose to picnic or camp by the shores of the river Wairingo. This area is in addition perfect for the teams of the students. It offers a diversity of bird species, trees in addition to medicinal plants which are all worth exploring.