Kabwoya wildlife reserve is a reserve in Uganda comprising of 87 square miles of protected land and also consists of an isolated plain along Lake Albert and the blue mountains of the Democratic Republic of Congo, it was established in 1980, and covers 87.00 km2. The reserve is located along the western rift valley trail and is the perfect scenic stop between Murchison falls national park and Kibale forest national park.

It houses various antelopes including the Uganda kob, bushbuck and duikers and a number of buffaloes. Primates found here include black and white colobus monkeys and chimpanzees that are found in the forests along the Hoywa and Wambabya rivers and the tributaries that lead to them. You can find baboons and hippos along the lake side cliffs below in Lake Albert.