While most visitors come to Kahuzi Biega for Gorilla trekking, hiking and camping within the park is a great way to explore the amazing mountain environment. You will have the chance to see a variety of animals including the Owl Faced Monkey, Chimpanzee and an array of different birds, Find the list of what to wear or bring on a Congo Safari.
This is the highest peak in the park, at 3,308m. The climb takes approximately 4 hours through bamboo forest and sub alpine vegetation, and 3 hours to descend. The summit provides spectacular views of Lake Kivu and the city of Bukavu.
Mount Bugulumiza Trail
In this 6km Hike trail starts near the Tshivanga Visitor Centre and covers terrain regularly occupied by the Chimanuka gorilla family. The summit offers amazing views of Mt Kahuzi and Mt Biega along with the nearby landscape. The hike takes about 3 hours return.
The second highest peak in the park lies at an altitude of 2790m. The vegetation differs significantly from Mount Kahuzi making it a wonderful ecological experience and is the second highest peak in the park of Kahuzi Biega National Park. The climb takes about 6 hours return, so it is important to make an early start. Park staffs are currently working to construct a clear trail to Mt Biega, keep checking the website for updates.
Marais Musisi Trail
Hike through bamboo forests and swampland before encountering a stunning view over the Marais Musisi where a troupe of elephants has previously been spotted.
Tshibati Waterfalls Trail
Visit three magnificent waterfalls, and the chance for a dip in a plunge pool. Located near the Lwiro Primate Rehabilitation Centre.