Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is famed as one of the last remaining strongholds for the critically endangered Mountain Gorilla. These gentle giants are unable to survive in captivity and exist only in the wild – making any sighting a privilege. Ecotourists play a vital role in protecting the park and the great apes that call Bwindi home. These misty forest-clad volcanic hills are simply a pleasure for any intrepid naturalist to spend time in!!!
WHY WE LOVE BWINDI
Mountain Gorilla — Bwindi is home to almost half the global population.
UNESCO world heritage site — preserving an area of immense ecological importance.
Accessible only by foot – there is something special about exploring without any game drive vehicles.
Dramatically beautiful landscape – Bwindi is home to volcanoes, jagged valleys, waterfalls, lakes and mountains.
Rich birding — the most productive montane forest birding in Africa with 23 Albertine Rift endemics.
Please feel free to contact us should you wish to travel to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, either on our scheduled departure or on a private customized tour.
- Mountain Gorilla
- L’Hoest’s Monkey
- Guereza Colobus Monkey
- Red-tailed Monkey
- Olive Baboon
- Blue Monkey
- Bohm’s Squirrel
- African Green Broadbill
- Great Blue and Black-billed Turaco
- Blue-headed and Regal Sunbird
- Blue-shouldered Robin-Chat
- Many-coloured and Bocage’s Bush-shrike
- Pink-footed Puffback