Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is in southwestern Uganda on the Rift Valley. Bwindi impenetrable forest hillsides are mist-covered, sheltered by an ancient and biological rainforest in Uganda.

 

 Bwindi impenetrable forest protects the unpredictable remaining half of the world’s mountain gorilla, among which there are habituated groups, that are ready to be tracked by travelers.

 

Bwindi impenetrable forest makes travelers enjoy an Ultimate Safari in Uganda such as Mountain Gorilla tours in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. The word “Bwindi” means “darkness” because of its dense treetops, and taking a hike to this magical forest will unveil the reason why Bwindi forest was named so.

 

Bwindi Impenetrable forest national park also possesses impressive 350 bird species and over 200 butterfly species, more than 324 tree species, and ten of its tree species are only found in Bwindi impenetrable forest in the whole of Uganda.

 

 

 Bwindi impenetrable forest as a destination to explore biologically offers shelter to an additional 120 mammals, such as primate species like chimpanzees, baboons, elephants, and antelopes. Bwindi Impenetrable forest 350 bird species can be spotted within Bwindi forest, include the twenty-three Albertine Rift endemics.