They are located on the famous Ssese Islands described as medium altitude moist forests. They form a belt along the lower ridges with a gentle slope from a lake shore to the centre. Lutoboka has one particular trail that stretches from the landing site up the fort where the explore Henry Morton Stanley pitched camp on his way to the popular mountains of the moon. There are 31 gazetted forest Reserves in the Islands with a sum of 7,324 hectares under the control of the National Forest Authority.
ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT IN LUTOBOKA AND BUJANZI
There are a number of activities carried out in Lutoboka and Bujanzi central forest reserves that a lot of visitors enjoy which include the following ; sailing, Boating, Fishing, Sun bathing along the lake shores, Forest walks, Bird watching, Primate identification, Butterfly identification.
Accommodation reserves are largely in the hands of primate developments. There are a lot of well developed beaches and resorts for both the upper market and middle market. Some of them are panorama camping site , Mirembe Resort beach and Ssese.
Budget travellers are advised to seek modesty lodge accommodation readily present in Kalangala town council a few kilometres from Lutoboka landing site.
To access the Islands is by ship departing from Nakiwogo landing site near Entebbe at exactly 14 hours per day. The ship starts its return journey from Lutoboka landing site at exactly 8 or one may reach the Islands by ferry from Bukakata kachanga landing site near Masaka starting at 8 hours. The ferry docks at Luku landing site near Kalangala 4 times a day.