Kyambura Trekking

Kyambura Trekking

hiking along the river of the 160 km long gorge to find some Chimpanzees

Location: 

Kyambura River, Uganda

Duration: 

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Kyambura Gorge (160 kilometres long)
  2. Chimpanzee Trekking (16 kilometres)
  3. Hiking down the gorge along the river
  4. Spotting Colobus, but no Chimpanzees
  5. Having a great private guide and ranger

Image sources

  1. Gorge overview
  2. Wild big tree
  3. Bridge over the river
  4. Some think bushes
  5. Ranger and Guide

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