Abuko Nature Reserve is a specific national park, at least when it comes to Africa. It is located south of the city of Abuko, and its location and size allow visitors to visit the park on foot. The area of the park is 107 hectares, and it is inhabited by primates, ungulates, reptiles, rodents, and over 250 species of birds. Visitors adore patas monkeys, vervet monkeys, and western red colobus monkeys that can be seen and heard throughout the park. There is a total of 5 kilometers of paths in the park that easily can be toured in a few hours.