Kihingami wetlands preserves an attractive 13-sq-km valley that otherwise would have been gobbled up by the surrounding tea plantations. Despite its small size, a remarkable 230 bird species have been spotted here, including Jameson’s wattle-eye and white-spotted fluff tail. There’s also a good chance of seeing red colobus monkeys and spotted-necked otters.Now it is possible to take a trip to the Kihingami Wetlands. Walk in the swamp and look for birds, plants, primates and butterflies. By participating in the guided tour with Azas Safaris Uganda you are directly supporting the protection of the forest with all its flora and fauna.
Local guides lead forest walk and bird watching walks both at 7.30am and 3pm daily. You can also tour a fair-trade tea factory at 9am and 2pm.
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