Jozani Forest is part of the only formally protected terrestrial habitat on Ujunga Island. The natural and indigenous forests are habitat for suni and duiker (two small species of antelope), civet, bush babies, mongoose, chameleons, tree hyrax and blue monkeys. There are also some good birding opportunities, but the superstars are the troops of habituated beautiful red coloubs monkeys.
Be sure you are with a guide and obey the rules of primate viewing (among others: no eye contact, keep a safe distance and don’t encourage interaction). Be sure to take the walk through the mangrove forests of the opposite side of the road to the entrance and headquarters.