Situated in southwest Uganda, the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is perhaps best known for its primate population. The park is spread out across valleys and ridges and has five major rivers which flow through the area and into Rift Valley. It is thought that the forest provides protection to around four hundred mountain gorillas, which surprisingly makes up half of the world’s population. Cheetah Safaris can help you achieve your dreams of visiting of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda.
Bwindi National Park Gorilla Trekking
Kibale is the nearest town to Bwindi and is eighteen miles away by road! The Bwindi National Park became a UNSECO World Heritage Site due to its ecological importance in the world, as it has some of the richest populations of reptiles, moths and other mammals. In fact, it is thought to have the richest animal community in east Africa with over 120 species of mammal, ten of which are primates alone. Read more about the safaris we offer and look at prices of our Uganda Safaris.
Owned by the Uganda Wildlife Authority, this National Park has total protection for the animals and its inhabitants who rely on agriculture in the area to make a living. You can visit the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park with Cheetah Safaris today on our 3 Day Bwindi National Park Gorilla Trekking tour.