Visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda

Hilly Bwindi Altitude

Are you looking for a new destination that offers unique nature-based tours in Africa? Look no further? Pack your bags and get ready for a thrilling adventure through Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, the most famous and most visited gorilla safari park in Africa. Located in South Western Uganda, Bwindi hosts the highest population of mountain gorillas in the world. Of the 1050 mountain gorillas left in the world, over 480 mountain gorillas are protected in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The rest of the population lives in the Virunga Region that is comprised of three national parks; the neighboring Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in South West Uganda, Volcanoes National Park of Rwanda, and the Virunga National Park of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The word “impenetrable” is not just a selling world! This thick forest is impenetrable to the extent that the locals named it many years ago! In the local language, the word “Bwindi” means something very thick and beautiful and alternatively, the name of the park refers to the wonderful mix of vegetation. If you have always wanted to travel to Africa and see gorillas the time is now. If you find yourself  in Uganda capital–Kampala, just spare three days and head southwest to Kabale district a surprising place to explore the impenetrable jungle forest of Bwindi.

Though hundreds of tourists pass through Entebbe international Airport, 80% of the total number is into the country to see the endangered mountain gorillas. Some of them use Kigali international airport for short drive distances and time management. However, all of them end up in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for gorilla safaris in Uganda which is the most top affordable primate adventure in the region.

Awesome Gorilla Experience

It’s no secret that Bwindi forest is a pretty magical gorilla safari destination in Africa with all affordable treks for everyone. The park offers the finest gorilla trekking experience found nowhere else and it is something every tourist to Uganda should try out. The genuine thick hilly forested jungle in Uganda is your next place to be if you planning to see mountain gorillas soon. You can’t imagine how beautiful and amazing your gorilla trekking tour will be but a trip to Bwindi Impenetrable forest will show you how attractive gorillas are and even take you through their jungle lifestyle any time of the year and this is a true reason why you need to come more than once and experience silverback times as a top male giant gorilla.

Year-Round Destination

Whether you are escaping winter or just want to avoid hot summer temperatures overseas, the Bwindi forest in Uganda provides the best Africa safari temperatures escape that you have always had in mind. Expect to enjoy your trip under the warm sun all day with cooler mornings before sunrise and also evenings after sunset. The beautiful impenetrable jungle has a lot of tour activities that keep everyone busy all day. If resources allow why not track mountain gorillas twice, take a forest nature walk to see other primates and also to the Bwindi forest waterfalls, spend time with the forest people also known as the Batwa, Bird watchers its paradise and those who like hiking, you just in the right place.

Get more out of your vacation

Once you visit Uganda for gorilla trekking, it’s a perfect time to also check out other famous Uganda national parks and attractions like Queen Elizabeth Game Park, Murchison falls Game Park, Kibale Forest National Park, Kidepo Valley Game park, and many others. Exploring more interesting places and attractions on your Uganda safari tour makes your holiday more meaningful and exciting since great things and moments never cease to come. As you still recalling how the silverback gorilla plays with the little gorillas in the jungle, a park ranger shouts on top of his voice “see the tree climbing lions”.After having a very great smile on your face, hippos, crocodiles, birds, and other wildlife take your a tension on the Kanzinga channel plus a fleet of elephants crossing the road for more food hunt. Above all, if time and money permits, just discover the best of the Pearl of Africa.

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