Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

In southwestern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley lies Bwindi Impenetrable National Park .Bwindi in a local dialect means a dark place referring to the impenetrable nature of the forest and it covers 321 KM square .

The forest was set up in 1992 two years later it was acknowledged by the world heritage site. This is where almost half of the world’s remaining population of the endangered mountain gorilla is found.

Besides gorillas Bwindi is home to more than 120 mammals, Colubus monkeys chimpanzees and more than 360 birds have been recorded.

Among the activities that can be enjoyed in this park includes bird watching, nature walks, cycling, cultural experiences and many more.

Bwindi National park is open throughout the year .The months of June to August and December to February are the best months to do the trekking as they are a bit drier compared to the rest of the months .Half of the world’s population of the endangered mountain gorillas are found here that is to say more than 400 Gorillas .

The park has a  record of  350 bird species and can be reached by road and chartered flights.

We do several safari packages to this park for both long and short stays

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