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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is regarded to be one of the most biologically diverse forests in Africa.  The variety of altitude (from 3,800 ft. to 8,550 ft. above sea level) attribute to this diversity.  The rainforest is spread over several steep ridges and valleys along the Easter edge of the Albertine Rift Valley. With annual rainfall of more than 60 inches, the lush green forests attract some 120 mammal species, which include elephants, and some 350 bird species.

Bwindi primarily attracts visitors for its population of an estimated 400 Mountain Gorillas.  It is believed by many primatologists that the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi are a separate sub-species. The park also has large populations of 10 other primate species, including Chimpanzees.

The 128 sq. miles that make up Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park can be found 298 miles South West of Kampala.  The park can be reached in 7 hours by driving from Kampala.

Bwindi Accommodations