Welcome to Mutinondo Wilderness
It’s beautiful walking country and there are more than 60km of wilderness trails. Scramble to the top of one of those great granite beasts and it is easy to imagine a time when Stone Age hunters wandered the endless valleys, woodland and rivers below.
The network of rivers and waterfalls at Mutinondo are incredibly clear and calm, and safe to swim in (and to drink). Canoes are also available.
Mammal sightings are rare here, although Mutinondo is an important birding destination. There are about 345 species here including plenty of rare specimens that are difficult to find outside the country. Notable are the Ross's turaco, Anchieta's sunbird and the bar-winged weaver.