The main attraction from a wildlife perspective are the primates, particularly chimpanzees. However the density and diversity of primates is the highest here in the whole of Africa!
As such, they are just one of 13 different primate species that also include; I’Hoest’s monkeys, East Africa’s biggest population of the endangered red colobus monkey, the black & white colobus, red tailed monkey, blue monkey, olive baboon, grey cheeked mangabey, bush baby and potto.
As part of the 325 bird species, six of which are endemic to the Albertine rift; dusky crimsonwing, black-capped apalis, blue-headed sunbird, collared apalis,red-faced woodland warbler and purple-breasted sunbird.
You may also see; green breasted pitta, African pitta, Abyssinian groundthrush, yellow spotted nicator, black-eared ground thrush, brownchested alethe, yellow rumped tinker bird, blue-breasted kingfisher and the crowned eagle.