'Top of the World' might be a tad pretentious, but even if the walk to the highest hill in the crater lakes area south of Fort Portal doesn't leave you breathless, the view might. On good days, it is possible to see up to five of the many crater lakes that dot this region. The area is blessed with many tiny lakes formed by exploding volcanoes leaving holes in the hills and thus surprisingly steep edges to the lakes. Most of the hills surrounding the lakes have seen human activity and are heavily terraced, but others like Lake Nkuruba are still forested. Aside from this walk, other activities can be done in the area, like visiting a vanilla processing factory, fishing, bird and monkey watching, as well as walking to beautiful Mahoma Falls. Beware that the 'Top of the World' viewpoint is located on private property and that there's a (reasonable) fee to get to the top of the hill.