Bwindi impenetrable forest.
The 327 km2 B.I.N.P was listed as a world heritage site in 1994 in recognition of its biodiversity with 350 species of birds, 310 butterfly, 51 reptiles, 200 tree and 120 types of mammals including 10 primates.
It is located in south western Uganda in a remote area but it is the Uganda’s prima tourist destination and here is where you will do the gorilla tracking in the forest. Because gorillas are the largest group of apes that live in this tropical rain forest which are 10 times stronger than a strongest man.
You will meet to eye these apes and the male adult (silver bark) can weigh up to 200kg and a female up to 100kgs.
Come discover and enjoy the magical hour with these gorillas which are going to give you the most memorable experience to your trip.