2 Days Mountain Rwenzori climbing Safari

2 Days Mountain Rwenzori trekking Safari includes Forest Walk which has stunning vegetation then return via Musenge Rock Shelter. This is a great walk up a gentle ridge through some magnificent forest with trees covered in evergreen lichen, swinging vines a beautiful waterfall. If you are feeling energetic in the morning you can climb up through the bamboo forest to Kalalama Camp to experience the wonders of the Giant Heathers and views from Kalalama. More information

The highlight of 2 days Mt. Rwenzori trek

Day 1

Briefing from the guides and start the trek, hike to Sine Camp at 2596 meters, the hike will take you through the tall forest trees of the Afro-montane forest zone. This is a steady climb for about 6 kilometers then along a steep climb towards Sine hut. The hike will offer you lots of plant and flower species to view, birds and a chance of seeing some animal species like Columbus monkeys.

Day 2

After a good breakfast, you will set off just ahead of Sine where you take your left slope on the trail down to the beautiful Enock falls which are just 200 meters from Sine hut. Crossing the river you embark on a steady descent through the beautiful forest trail with great chances of viewing Colombus monkeys while listening to whispers of the birds heading back down to the base camp

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