If you are one of those people that love tough hiking challenges, then this hike is for you.
Hiking this trail is a four hours experience that is as rewarding as climbing a tropical mountain full of endearing sights and sounds inclusive of wild pigs. It starts 1,360m above sea level and gradually rises to 2,607m, offering a hike that effortlessly stretches most of the body’s muscles.
Carry with you a spare battery for your camera as you will encounter countless indigenous tree species, several of which are found nowhere else. The highlight of this trail which connects villages in the Northern and Southern part of Bwindi is a walk along, Ivi River, a scenic channel whose vapor creates a beautiful misty scene.