Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park


Bwindi Impenetrable National Park found in the southwestern region of Uganda on the edge of the Albertine rift valley near the border of Democratic republic of Congo. It is nearly 331 square kilometers and accessed only on foot. Renowned for its bio-diverse forests in Africa and with the best ecosystems on the continent. Notably a home of mountain Gorillas with Gorilla tracking the main activity. The park shelters over 400 mountain Gorillas but there are also many other mammals like Black and white colombus, Bush pigs, Giant forest hogs, Vervet monkeys, Baboons and many others. There are also bird species in the park.

What to look forward to while in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

  • Gorilla tracking over 400 gorillas
  • Gorilla habituation experience for over 4 hours
  • Batwa experience; the Pygmies that live the community
  • Hike through the park from north to south sides of the park
  • Mountain ride bike; a guide biking trip by local self-help women group