The beautiful Lake Bujuku which lies at the apex of the deep, glacier carved Bujuku valley in the shadow of Mounts Stanley
contains a diversity of birds including the Rwenzori Turaco, Handsome Francolin, Barred Long-tailed Cuckoo, Blue-headed Sunbird etc
The Park hosts a population of around 70 Mammal species includng the elephant,chimpanzee, Rwenzori otter and leopard
Birding opportunities are greatest in mainly in the montane forest,among these involves Bee-eaters, Robins, Sunbirds and Barbets
your guide will lead you along the River full of rocks also called Mubuku River. Ruboni according to the local language of the people living in this area means clear water.