Kasyoha-Kitomi Forest Reserve is located in Western Uganda, South of Lake George and Kazinga channel in the Albertine Rift eco-region and it covers an area of 392 Km2.
The forest borders Kanyambogo to the North, Kalinzu / Maramagambo Forest Reserves to the South-east, Kyamuhanga Tea Estate/Bitoma and Ndangaro parishes to the South, Rwanjere to the East and Kyambura Wildlife Reserve and Queen Elizabeth National Park to the west.
Home of different bird species with over 308 species
It is a water catchment area for Lake George which has many species of fish.
The vegetation of Kasyoha-Kitomi is medium altitude moist-evergreen forest with grassland.
- Crater lakes namely Lakes Kamunzuku, Kamweru and Kyema
- Primates that include; Chimpanzees, Baboons, Red Tailed Monkeys, Black & White Colobus Monkeys, Vervet Monkeys and Blue Monkeys.
- Lake George and Kazinga Channel
- Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Mammals like Antelopes, Bush Pigs and Duikers which is as aresult of its being adjacent to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
- Birds, Butterflies, Reptiles, Moths, Water Falls and Gorges.