Chimpanzee Trekking

Chimpanzee trekking can be done at the Rubondo island national park though the Chimpanzees are rarely seen, visitors can come across animals like; elephants, bush bucks, giraffes, hippos, pythons and bush pigs not forgetting exclusive butterflies.

Bird Watching

Rubondo national park is well known for harboring the worlds migratory birds but he most common notable birds here are; African fishing eagle, kingfishers, egrets, ibises, herons, storks and many more water birds the park is said to be containing over 200 bird species.


One of the best ways to experience and come to close contact with the wilderness is by camping, Rubondo island national park provides camping sites where visitors can enjoy a packed bush lunch the campsites offer kitchen facilities, bathrooms, toilets and dining​s as you hear whispers of the wilderness.

Boat Rides

Boat riding at Rubondo island national park offers a thrilling experience as you view the magnificent lake shores and the tropical forest canopies entangled on the beautiful hills giving you a wilderness experience in Africas latest island national park, boat rides provide you with views of the second largest fresh water lake and also the source of the longest river in the world.

Sport Fishing

Sport fishing is one of the fabulous activities to do while at Rubondo island national park, the fishing is done in he designated areas and with an experienced fishing tour guide, tourists are required to come along with their fishing gears and acquire permits for fishing after paying additional for fishing which is excluded from the conservation area fee.

Guided Nature Walks

Tourists can engage on nature guided safaris while at Rubondo island national park, the park has got various walking trails which include: bandas to pongo camp, airstrip to pongo, airstrip to mamba point, mamba point to Mlaga kageye road, and maji mtakatifu to mchangani this walking trails give visitors a thrilling experience as they come across wildlife, butterflies and a lot of plant species.

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