Bwindi national park, is situated in southwestern Uganda and lies at the edge of the Rift Valley, the misty hillsides are blanketed by a rain-forest which dates back more than 25,000 years and contains nearly 400 plant species, one of Uganda’s largest and most biologically diverse. More well-known, this “impermeable forest” shelters some 400 gorillas–almost half of the population in the country, some including several habituated Gorilla groups opened for Gorilla trekking.
This massive forest, is impenetrable, and luckily the exuberant flora and lush vegetation has shielded the park’s main attraction, the park’s main draw is the giant mountain gorillas, the parks host the height number of the total population of the worlds remaining mountain gorillas, the landscape is magnificent and the biodiversity of the park, which passes across thick overshoots, combines with the incredible abundance of diverse fauna and flora in the area. And lovely birdsong in the steamy trees ringing around your head. You trek far up into the mountains to see the beautiful mountain gorillas nearby in their natural environment, besides the gorillas, the park is a home to eleven primates species including the baboons, chimpanzee and it’s the only forest that chimps co-exist with the gorillas and there other wildlife sighted in the forest including; the forest elephants, antelopes and over 350 recorded bird species habituated in the forest some of which are the Albertine Endemics. The beautiful atmosphere in which you can see the spectacular and breath-taking Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a place to look at.
The Neighbouring tows of Buhoma and Nkuringo both have an impressive array of luxury lodges, rustic bandas and budget Campsites offer perfect and conducive accommodation facilities for the visitors in Bwindi Impenetrable forest. The lodges have specious rooms as well as restaurants, craft stalls among others. The lodges also organise village walks to the surrounding Bakiga and Batwa Pygmy cultures where you will have opportunity to interact with the locals, and they will show case their traditional performance, workshops among others.