We wish you a great start into the new week.
Did you know that except from Tanzania, we also organize tours in Kenya and Uganda/Rwanda?
Today we want to inform you about one of the most famous Ugandan parks: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
It is located in the southwest of the country along the border to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
You can only access it on foot, because it contains jungle forests.
The 327 square kilometers large park is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site!
You can find 120 species of mammals, 348 bird species, 220 butterfly species and lots of various plants like flowers, trees and fans!
Beside colobus monkeys and chimpanzees, the endangered Bwindi mountain gorillas are the main reason for most tourists to come here.
The nearest town to the park is Kabale and Bwindi supplies water to different local agricultural areas.
The climate there is tropical warm with the peak rainfall occuring from March to May and September to November.
For more information visit our website or contact us! We would be happy to organize you a trip to the mountain gorillas.