Mirama hills border is a border linking Uganda, Rwanda and not also very far from the Tanzanian border where the three countries intersect. Mirama hills town is found in Ntungamo district on the Ugandan side at Ankole sub region. The nearest town from the border on the Rwandan side is called Katigumba.
The border drives its name from the nearby hills known as Mirama hills situated near the town, the Mirama hills stand on an elevation of 1,560 meters above sea level overlooking river Muvumba. The Mirama hills border offers travelers a more better an easier route to Rwanda compared to the rest of the borders because the route is shorter and easier to traverse.
While at Mirama border, you can travel to Lake Mburo national park or Queen Elizabeth national park for a unique wild life experience, you can take a boat ride from Lake Mburo or at Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth national park. Gorilla trekking can be done at Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and Mgahinga national park in Uganda or Volcanoes national park in Rwanda. The cost for permits in Rwanda is $1500 and $600 in Uganda.
Mirama hills can be accessed within 350 kilometres by road from Kampala the capital city of Uganda. The nearest town in the district is Ntungamo which is only 30 minutes drive from the border.