Nyungwe National park is located in south western part of Rwanda, about 5 hours drive from Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda. This is the largest mountain forest in East and Central Africa. The forest inhabits about 13 primate species that include chimpanzees, colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, galagoes, grey cheeked mangabeys, Baboons, golden monkeys, and over 300 bird species.
Chimpanzee tracking is the most popular tourist activity in Nyungwe national park with 2 habituated groups. There are also large troops of Black and white colobus monkeys that range between 400