This ancient forest in the mountaneous south-west of Uganda contains an impressive biodiversity with 350 birds species, 310 butterfly species, 200 tree species, 51 reptile species, 88 moths species and 120 mammals, mostly notably the rare and unforgetable Mountain Gorilla.
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Gorilla Tracking Safari (4 Days)
Located in south-western Uganda, at the junction of the plain and mountain forests, Bwindi Park covers about 331 square Kilometers and is known for its exceptional biodiversity, with more than 160 species of trees and over 100 species of ferns. It houses half the number of Mountain Gorillas remaining in the whole world (380) and the only Park in the whole world where mountain gorillas co-exist with Chimps. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Reserve was set up in 1942 and later on changed name to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in 1992.In 1994; it was acknowledged as the world Heritage site.