can i go gorilla trekking in bwindi impenetrable forest national park-uganda
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is situated in southwestern Uganda, with awe-inspiring vegetation lying within the precipitous ridges of the great Albertine Rift Valley.
Bwindi Impenetrable forest national park is confined to one of Africa's most flourishing old rain forests and accommodates half of the total world’s endangered mountain gorilla population.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park's endangered mountain gorilla trekking is an unforgettable and beguiling experience that rewards the effort required to outstretch Bwindi for a magnificent walk within the tropical rain forest.
Bwindi impenetrable national park is blessed with many sectors where tourists can view the endangered mountain gorillas; these sectors include the Nkuringo sector, the vicinity of Buhoma, the Rushaga sector, and the Ruhija sector. With all sights and sounds, the great apes trekking briefing starts at 07:45 am strictly, and the real trekking starts at exactly 08:30 am, which takes an hour (normal gorilla trekking) or 4 hours (gorilla habituation experience).