It is best known as the home of half the world’s population of mountain gorillas (estimated 400 individuals).
However, don’t think that gorillas are the only attraction here. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is also home to numerous animals, birds, butterflies, reptiles, trees, and plants. You may see chimpanzees, antelopes, and elephants as well as birds not found anywhere else in the world.
In addition to gorilla trekking, you can enjoy camping, hiking, biking, birdwatching, and village walks to learn about the Batwa Pygmy culture.